The Design Museum has announced ‘Imagine Moscow: architecture, propaganda, revolution’, a new exhibition that marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution, it is to run between the 15th of March and the 4th of June. The exhibition explores six unbuilt landmarks that were to be situated near Moscow’s Red Square. It includes such projects as The Palace Of The Soviets, which was to be the worlds tallest building, as well as Cloud Iron, a network of horizontal skyscrapers.
The exhibition is to be presented in a series of Large-scale architectural plans, models and rarely seen drawings as well as propaganda posters, textiles, porcelain and magazines of the time.
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