Imagine Moscow

Over the Easter holidays I took a trip down to London and went to the Design Museum. There was an exhibition on called Imagine Moscow where the artist Kellenberger–White had explored the idea of creating Moscow in a new light, a new generation of style. By using drawings and illustrations the artist shows how the theme of the projects is relevant to life within the Soviet Union. Portraying urban planning, communication, and recreation of the buildings. Kellenberger–White used unusual material to show an idealistic vision of the Soviet capital. The architectural drawings and illustrations were brought together with other artwork. All this shows an alternative reality for the city showing what could have been.

Even though this design exhibition is suppose to be based on the 1920’s style I feel like this is relative to todays design going back to minimalist, clean design.






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