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Konstantin Melnikov
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Konstantin Stepanovich Melnikov was a Russian architect and painter. His architectural work, compressed into a single decade (1923-1933), placed Melnikov on the front end of 1920s avant-garde architecture. Although associated with the Constructivists, Melnikov was an independent artist, not bound by the rules of a particular style or artistic group. In 1930s, Melnikov refused to conform with the rising stalinist architecture, withdrew from practice and worked as a portrait painter and teacher until the end of his life

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Konstantin Melnikov and his House
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Konstantin Melnikov (1890–1974) is unquestionably one of the outstanding architects of the 20th century – in spite of the fact that he fell silent early, leaving behind only limited work that was insufficiently publicized, and restricted almost exclusively to Moscow, the city of his birth in which he spent nearly his entire life and which did not appreciate him. He was raised in humble circumstances, but enjoyed an excellent education. Beginning in the mid-1920s, after the turmoil that followed the war, revolution and civil war, his career soared at almost meteoric speed as he took the lead in the young Soviet architecture movement with completely autonomous, highly artistic buildings that were free from dogmatism of any kind. Even more rapid than his rise to fame was his downfall: Treated with general hostility, he was unable to defend himself against the accusation of formalism when Stalin put an end to architectural ventures and experiments around the mid-1930s. He was expelled from the architects' association and was banned from practicing as an architect for the remaining four decades of his life.In the late 1920s, at the peak of his career, he had the opportunity to build a house for himself and his family in Moscow, in which he was then able to live until the end of his life. This house, a memorable symbiosis of almost peasantlike simplicity and extreme radicalness, is one of the most impressive, surprising and probably most enigmatic works produced by 20th-century architecture. Its simplicity is only outward, in reality this is a highly complex work which links together the elements of architecture explicitly and inextricably, which takes a clear and completely autonomous stand and which, in a way that little else has done, raises the question as to the nature of genuinely architectonic thinking. In essayistic form the book attempts to follow the paths laid out in the architect’s work from the perspective of an architect.Fritz Barth studied architecture in Stuttgart and Zurich. He runs an architect’s practice in Fellbach near Stuttgart, teaches at the TU Darmstadt and is the author of a series of books, including a study on the iconography of 16th-century Italian gardens (Die Villa Lante in Bagnaia, 2001), a monograph about the Bohemian Baroque master builder Johann Santini-Aichel (Santini, 2004) and a study of the fortifications of Francesco di Giorgio Martini (Martial Signifiers. Fortress Complexes by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, 2011).

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Konstantin Melnikov and his House
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Konstantin Melnikov (1890–1974) is unquestionably one of the outstanding architects of the 20th century – in spite of the fact that he fell silent early, leaving behind only limited work that was insufficiently publicized, and restricted almost exclusively to Moscow, the city of his birth in which he spent nearly his entire life and which did not appreciate him. He was raised in humble circumstances, but enjoyed an excellent education. Beginning in the mid-1920s, after the turmoil that followed the war, revolution and civil war, his career soared at almost meteoric speed as he took the lead in the young Soviet architecture movement with completely autonomous, highly artistic buildings that were free from dogmatism of any kind. Even more rapid than his rise to fame was his downfall: Treated with general hostility, he was unable to defend himself against the accusation of formalism when Stalin put an end to architectural ventures and experiments around the mid-1930s. He was expelled from the architects' association and was banned from practicing as an architect for the remaining four decades of his life.In the late 1920s, at the peak of his career, he had the opportunity to build a house for himself and his family in Moscow, in which he was then able to live until the end of his life. This house, a memorable symbiosis of almost peasantlike simplicity and extreme radicalness, is one of the most impressive, surprising and probably most enigmatic works produced by 20th-century architecture. Its simplicity is only outward, in reality this is a highly complex work which links together the elements of architecture explicitly and inextricably, which takes a clear and completely autonomous stand and which, in a way that little else has done, raises the question as to the nature of genuinely architectonic thinking. In essayistic form the book attempts to follow the paths laid out in the architect’s work from the perspective of an architect.Fritz Barth studied architecture in Stuttgart and Zurich. He runs an architect’s practice in Fellbach near Stuttgart, teaches at the TU Darmstadt and is the author of a series of books, including a study on the iconography of 16th-century Italian gardens (Die Villa Lante in Bagnaia, 2001), a monograph about the Bohemian Baroque master builder Johann Santini-Aichel (Santini, 2004) and a study of the fortifications of Francesco di Giorgio Martini (Martial Signifiers. Fortress Complexes by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, 2011).

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Behind the Iron Curtain
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The prominent architect Felix Novikov was born in 1927, when the famous Constructivist Konstantin Melnikov was at the peak of his career. Novikov tells the dramatic story of Soviet ­architecture, portraying the conditions he worked in and how he collaborated with the government and other participants ­during the creative process. He further explains how Soviet design and ­planning institutes were organized with reference to the Union of the Architects of the USSR and describes the creative ­ideals of his generation of architects, who are today identified as ­Soviet Modernists. As a time witness, his memories cannot be recounted in their whole complexity by historians. Novikov also describes some of the conditions that affected his own creative fate and that of others. This book reflects the characteristics of ­Soviet life and its connections to architects’ professional activity. ­Felix ­Novikov’s confessions are more than that of an architect, they give a ­testimony to daily life in the Soviet Union from ­Stalin to ­glasnost.

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Behind the Iron Curtain
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The prominent architect Felix Novikov was born in 1927, when the famous Constructivist Konstantin Melnikov was at the peak of his career. Novikov tells the dramatic story of Soviet ­architecture, portraying the conditions he worked in and how he collaborated with the government and other participants ­during the creative process. He further explains how Soviet design and ­planning institutes were organized with reference to the Union of the Architects of the USSR and describes the creative ­ideals of his generation of architects, who are today identified as ­Soviet Modernists. As a time witness, his memories cannot be recounted in their whole complexity by historians. Novikov also describes some of the conditions that affected his own creative fate and that of others. This book reflects the characteristics of ­Soviet life and its connections to architects’ professional activity. ­Felix ­Novikov’s confessions are more than that of an architect, they give a ­testimony to daily life in the Soviet Union from ­Stalin to ­glasnost.

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Konstantin Melnikov and his House
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Konstantin Melnikov and his House ab 35.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Kunst & Musik,

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Konstantin Melnikow und sein Haus
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Konstantin Melnikov (1890-1974) ist zweifellos eine der herausragenden Gestalten in der Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts dies ungeachtet der Tatsache, daß er früh verstummte, ein nur wenig umfangreiches, nur unzureichend publiziertes Werk hinterließ, das fast ausschließlich auf Moskau beschränkt blieb, die Stadt, in der er zur Welt kam, in der er nahezu sein gesamtes Leben verbrachte und die ihm wenig Dank entgegenbrachte. Aufgewachsen in ärmlichen Verhältnissen, doch hervorragend ausgebildet, erlebte er nach dem Ende der Wirren in der Folge von Krieg, Revolution und Bürgerkrieg ab Mitte der 1920er Jahre einen fast kometenhaften Aufstieg und setzte sich mit seinen jeglichem Dogmatismus fremden, ganz eigenständigen und durch und durch künstlerisch aufgefaßten Bauten an die Spitze der jungen sowjetischen Architektur. Rascher noch als sein Aufstieg vollzog sich sein Fall: Von allen Sei-ten angefeindet, konnte er sich, als Stalin um die Mitte der 1930er Jahre den baukünstlerischen Spekulationen und Experimenten ein Ende bereitete, nicht gegen den Vorwurf des Formalismus wehren, wurde aus dem Architektenverband ausgeschlossen und für die restliche Zeit seines Lebens mit einem Berufsverbot belegt.In den späten 1920er Jahren, auf der Höhe seines Ruhms, hatte er die Möglichkeit, für sich und seine Familie in Moskau ein Haus zu bauen, das er dann bis zum Ende seines Lebens bewohnen konnte. Dieses Haus, eine denkwürdige Symbiose aus fast bäu-erlicher Einfachheit und äußerster Radikalität, gehört zu den beein- druckendsten, überraschendsten und wohl auch enigmatischstenWerken, die die Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts hervorgebracht hat. Seine Simplizität ist eine nur scheinbare, in Wirklichkeit handelt es sich um ein hochkomplexes Werk, das die Elemente der Archi-tektur in explizite und unauflösbare Beziehung zueinander setzt, das eine klare und ganz eigenständige Position bezieht und das wie we-nig anderes die Frage aufwirft, wie es wohl mit einem genuin archi-tektonischen Denken bestellt sein könnte. Das Buch versucht, in essayistischer Form die Pfade, die im Werk angelegt sind, aus der Perspektive des Architekten zu verfolgen..

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A to Z of Architecture
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The A to Z of Architecture provides information on architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Tadao Ando, Leon Battista Alberti, Filippo Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, and Konstantin Stepanovich Melnikov, as well as on famous structures like the Acropolis, the Colosseum, the Forbidden City, Machu Pichu, Notre Dame, the Pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge, and the World Trade Center. The dictionary examines the development of architecture over the centuries through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on the major architects, well-known buildings, time periods, styles, building types, and materials in world architecture.

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A to Z of Architecture
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The A to Z of Architecture provides information on architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Tadao Ando, Leon Battista Alberti, Filippo Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, and Konstantin Stepanovich Melnikov, as well as on famous structures like the Acropolis, the Colosseum, the Forbidden City, Machu Pichu, Notre Dame, the Pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge, and the World Trade Center. The dictionary examines the development of architecture over the centuries through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on the major architects, well-known buildings, time periods, styles, building types, and materials in world architecture.

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