Forum Hotel, Kraków

The Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland, is another example of how communist architects simply couldn't resist lifting ugly buildings off the ground.

Iakov Chernikhov’s Architectural Fantasies | Magical Urbanism

The sun as the expression of old world energy is torn down from the heavens by modern man, who by virtue of his technological superiority creates his own energy source — but does it float

"PUMA" Apartment building,  Powiśle, Warsaw, Poland built between 1964-76 Architects: Jan Bogusławski  Bohdan Gniewiewski

"PUMA" Apartment building, Powiśle, Warsaw, Poland built between 1964-76 Architects: Jan Bogusławski Bohdan Gniewiewski

Public utilities building for telephone and postal services, (now owned by private telephone company) Cluj-Napoca, Romania, built between 1966-69, Architect Vasile Mitrea © BACU #socialistmodernism

Public utilities building for telephone and postal services, (now owned by private telephone company) Cluj-Napoca, Romania, built between Architect Vasile Mitrea © BACU

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Ivan Leonidov’s late series on Campanella’s City of the Sun

Cable car station, Chisinau, Maldova

b-a-c-u: “ Lower Cable Car Station, Park “Butoias” Chisinau, Moldova, built between Moldgiprostroy. (с)BACU ”

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Hotel "Amanauz" Dombay, Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Russia, built in Architect: G.

Ivan Leonidov, Sketches for City of the Sun (1940s-1950s)

Ivan Leonidov, Sketches for City of the Sun

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