Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev. S/ V/ Koluzakov M/ V/ Evstratova.
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev
Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev

Kalnachevskii puteprovod v Moskve. Arkhitektor Aleksei Shchusev / Kalanchevsky Viaduct in Moscow: architect Aleksei Shchusev

Moscow: Muzei Shchuseva / Kuchkova pole, 2020. Sewn pb. Aleksei Shchusev's design of the Kazan Railway Station (design ca. 1912) is considered a masterpiece of architecture and urban planning. Shchusev met practical needs of a modern transport hub while attaining aesthetic excellence — architectural forms and the imagery of interior paintings evoke the history of Russia vis-à-vis Kazan, and Shchusev enlisted some the best artists of the early twentieth century. Shchusev designed the station and the viaduct through the surrounding square as one ensemble, and it is the latter that this monograph studies. The subject is topical as current development threatens to change Shchusev's final design carried out in the early Soviet period. Many drawings come from private collections, such as that of Shchusev's descendants, and are published here for the first time. Besides the railway station and viaduct drawings for other designs by Shchusev (chapels and iconostasis, schools and metro stations) and drawings by competitors like Shekhtel give the architectural context of the period. 142 p., 28 cm, approx. 100 color and b/w illus. Rus. with title page in Rus. and ENGLISH. Item #3916
ISBN: 9785907174269

Price: $61.00

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