This opportunity predate the downturn and reside mostly within design research and thinking enabled by the computer, creating design projects that is destined to remain un-built. Apparently they had lack of papers which shows in their numbering since some has higher number than the quantity actually printed as if it was part of their dream to find more paper in the future where they will showcase the missing designs. Courtesy of Russian Culture — Crystal Palace. Courtesy of Russian Culture — Villa Clausterphopia. A real traveler must be ready to everything during his journey. The bridge between two islands is invisible but mighty.
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Restrictions on aesthetics, quality building materials, and access to skilled labor resulted in poorly designed structures void of inspiration that were practically destined to crumble. Architects with any shred of ambition were severely limited by communist bureaucracy and were often outright penalized for their ideas. Desperately seeking a creative outlet, these constrained artists and designers turned instead to paper.
Paper architecture or visionary architecture , is the name given to architecture that exists only on paper that possesses visionary, often impossible ideas interlaced with whimsey, humor, satire, and science fiction. Building on ideas borrowed from Claude Nicolas Ledoux , the design of Egyptian tombs, and urban master plans envisioned by Le Corbusier, the duo conceived of obsessivly detailed renderings that seeme to fill every inch of the canvas with buildings, bridges, arches, domes, and schematics.
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