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The Architecture of NovosibirskIvan Nevzgodin

Modern Novosibirsk, the third largest city in Russia, is the leading administrative, industrial, scientific and cultural center of Western Siberia. This city is an amazing example of a new city in the 20th century. Novosibirsk, which before the revolution was called Novonikolaevsk, arose in 1893 at the intersection of the Trans-Siberian railroad and the river Ob. Due to its favorable location the city developed very fast.

This publication by Ivan Nevzgodin devoted to the architecture of Novosibirsk considers in detail the first large buildings of Novonikolaevsk, revolutionary romanticism, rationalism, functionalism, constructivsm, transition architecture, Khrushchev modernism and international style of the Brezhnev period.
The Architecture of Novosibirsk is illustrated with archival and modern photographs, reproductions and graphic reconstructions of project drawings.

Ivan Nevzgodin is an architect and researcher at the Delft University of Technology, he received his PhD at the Delft University of Technology and the Novosibirsk Academy of Architecture and Art.
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Ivan Nevzgodin
paperback | 204 pp | 15 x 21 cm