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Post Soviet architecture in Plantscape

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 31, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Tyler last modified Dec 30, 2015

Post Soviet architecture was the inspiration for Maxim Scherbakov’s Plantscape. I like the concept of plants needing to survive in an urban environment in the gaps between the parapets and concrete structures, paving tiles, ventilation and sewage hatches. “Stylistic and conceptual framework has served as inspiration to the post-Soviet architecture, which was popular to use […] The post Post Soviet architecture in Plantscape appeared first on .




 

 

Post Soviet architecture was the inspiration for Maxim Scherbakov’s Plantscape. I like the concept of plants needing to survive in an urban environment in the gaps between the parapets and concrete structures, paving tiles, ventilation and sewage hatches. “Stylistic and conceptual framework has served as inspiration to the post-Soviet architecture, which was popular to use a combination of limestone and brass.” Regardless the concept or influences these shapes or building blocks are beautiful in a brutalist architectural way. I would love to just play with a set of these, change them around, take a creative break, the possibilities are endless.

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