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Ministry Of Heavy Industry by Ivan Leonidov

Ivan Leonidov, Commisariat for Heavy Industry in the Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 1934 (via rosswolfe)

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RNDRD is a frequently-updated partial index of architectural drawings and models scanned from design publications throughout the century.

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Colour pencil and market.

City of the Sun (Civitas Solis, Город солнца), Proyect, Ivan Leonidov, arquitecto constructivista

City of the Sun (Civitas Solis, Город солнца), Proyect, Ivan Leonidov, arquitecto constructivista

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LEONIDOV - Commisariat for Heavy Industry in Red Square, 1934 / architect Ivan Leonidov

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Ivan Leonidov Sketches for City of the Sun

Lebbeus Woods

Lebbeus Woods – Walls of Change

Ritter Here are some architectural drawings that I’ve come across that have really inspired me to try to find my own great style:

Iakov Chernikhov, Composition 199

The speculative constructivism of Iakov Chernikhov’s early architectural experiments,

Antonio Sant'Elia ( 1888 - 1916) was an Italian architect, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture.

Viziunea futurista > Sant’Elia

Antonio Sant'Elia April 1888 - 10 October was an Italian architect and a key member of the Futurist movement in architecture.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed a mile-high building in 1956. Slated to stem Chicago’s urban sprawl, everyone, including Wright, knew that the tower would never and could never be built. Nevertheless, the design did inspire the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the tallest real life skyscraper in the world today.

Sleeping Giants: The World’s Top 10 Scrapped Skyscrapers

Frank Lloyd Wright's audacious design for the Illinois ("Mile High") building, proposed for Chicago

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