Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

View of Narkomfin’s western facade during construction, Architects Moisei Ginzburg and Ignatii Milinis.

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

The ghost of the communal living experiment lingers in the hallways of Narkomfin.

Moisei Ginzburg, Gosstrakh apartment complex in Moscow (1926) | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg, Gosstrakh apartment building in Moscow view from the rooftop, photo 1927

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

View from the roof garden solarium, with communal block after construction, 1930

The Constructivists | misfits' architecture

The Constructivists are poorly understood. Constructivist art is often thought of as Russian Futurism and Constructivist architecture is often thought of as Russian Modernism.

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the

Moisei Ginzburg, Gosstrakh apartment complex in Moscow (1926) | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg, Gosstrakh apartment building in Moscow street view, photo

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg and Ignatii Milinis, Dom Narkomfin in Moscow (completed Photographed here during wintertime,

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

The Narkomfin building, Moscow. The Narkomfin’s architect believed buildings could help the masses transition towards a socially superior mode of life.

The Constructivists | misfits' architecture

The Constructivists are poorly understood. Constructivist art is often thought of as Russian Futurism and Constructivist architecture is often thought of as Russian Modernism.

The Constructivists | misfits' architecture

The Constructivists are poorly understood. Constructivist art is often thought of as Russian Futurism and Constructivist architecture is often thought of as Russian Modernism.

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