• Times Square Blues Talking about centre / periphery relations, Times Square is probably the most central space in the world. It is at the centre of New York City, it is at the centre of the global spectacular entertainment industry, ¬†at the centre of the american economy and its cultural domination over the world. Times Square is a […] jo pixel No responses 2013-08-26
  • Visions for the future city At the end of the 1920s, the attention of constructivist architects, in particular those of OSA, increasingly shifted toward a radical critique of the city itself, focusing on visions designed to overcome urban concentration, and introducing concepts of diffuse urbanisation, linear and green cities, ultimately theorising the concept of disurbanism. This term was basically the […] jo pixel No responses 2010-12-01
  • New Life Byt is the Russian term for Everyday Life. The search for a new byt that could supplant the traditional bourgeois family structure was a fundamental issue to be addressed in the early Soviet era. Inspiration came from Lenin himself, who wrote in 1919 that “the real emancipation of women and real communism begins with the […] jo pixel No responses 2010-11-11
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  • A.A.Deineka Among the occupants of the Narkomfin building, during the first year there was also Alexander Aleksandrovich Deineka, painter, graphic, member of the Oktober group, author among other works of the wonderful mosaics of the Majakowskaja station of the moscow metro. jo pixel No responses 2009-05-05