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Ruin porn : the art world’s awkward obsession with abandoned Soviet architecture/ @NewStatesman | #sovieticarquitectura

Danila Tkachenkov // Headquarters of Communist Party. // The project "Restricted Areas" is about utopian strive of humans for technological progress.

Next stop, Siberia! The strange and beautiful world of Soviet bus stops – in pictures

Adelphi Hotel Liverpool. Metal staircase. by Michael Fahy via Flickr.com

super interesting pattern & richness of color - adelphi hotel in liverpool - metal staircase - color inspiration

Een vliegtuig dat verticaal kan opstijgen. Er zijn er twee van gemaakt in Rusland, waarvan er één is gesneuveld toen die werd vervoerd.

Verlaten en ondergesneeuwde vliegtuigen en onderzeeboten in Rusland

Danila Tkachenko: Airplane - amphibia with vertical take-off The USSR built only two of them in one of which has crashed during transportation. Russia, Moscow area, from the series

Olympia Hotel. Image © Flickr CC User BeeFortyTwo

AD Round Up: Architecture of the Soviets

Olympia Hotel. Image © Flickr CC User BeeFortyTwo

Tkachenko

archatlas: “ Restricted Area Danila Tkachenko “The project “Restricted Area” is about utopian strive of man for technological progress. I traveled through Russia in search of places which used to have.

this isn't happiness.

Danila Tkachenko is documentary photographer from Russia. In his Restricted Areas, Danila maps abandoned Soviet-era military technology and research f.

Soviet Bus Stops

Next stop, Siberia! The strange and beautiful world of Soviet bus stops – in pictures

Dead space and ruins

The Ghost City series depicts buildings engulfed by water, photographed by Vahram Agasian.

Фото, автор humus777 на Яндекс.Фотках

Фото, автор humus777 на Яндекс.Фотках

Observatoire désaffecté.

Restricted Areas, Danila Tkachenko –––––– Danila Tkachenko is a visual artist working with documentary photography He is the winner of the 2015 European Pub.

Wedding Palace: Tbilisi, Georgia

Wedding Palace (Tbilisi, Georgia, Soviet Architecture by Frederic Chaubin. It's now privately owned and seems to be uninhibited.

Kunsthaus Bregenz - by Pritzker Prize Winner Peter Zumthor

I like the idea of a 'floating' wall. Its not really connected to the roof, floor or wall but separates space as if it were Kunsthaus Bregenz by Peter Zumthor