Project Russia Magazine Issue 58 - Architects' Homes English/Russian | 265 Pages | PDF | 119MB
This is the first time that an issue of Project Russia has dealt with not just housing in general, but specifically housing belonging to architects. We believe that projects created by architects for themselves are highly revealing; they are, if you like, architectural 'self-portraits'. Homes created by Soviet architects are no exception to this rule. "While suffering together with ordinary citizens all the tribulations of Soviet housing policy," noted Anna Bronovitskaya, "architects nevertheless had more opportunities, and some of them enjoyed a distinctly privileged position.