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  • Unbuildable Tatlin?!

    Unbuildable Tatlin?!
    vienna AUSTRIA

    The Institute of Architecture presents Unbuildable Tatlin?!, edited by Klaus Bollinger and Florian Medicus.

    Vladimir Tatlin’s Monument for the Third International (1919) is certainly one of the most significant projects of Soviet Constructivism. It is, however, not at all certain whether “Tatlin’s Tower” could even be built at all at the time it was originally planned. And whether it would be constructed today with the presently available means and possibilities of planning, calculating and processing materials is equally uncertain. . . .

    “Unbuildable Tatlin?!“ w/ Gerald BAST, Klaus BOLLINGER, David MAROLD, & Florian MEDICUS
    Wednesday, 01/09
    7.00 pm / Kunsthalle Project Space
    University of Applied Arts, Vienna
    Treitlstraße 2, 1010 Vienna AUSTRIA

    The seminar Structural Design 3 with Professor Klaus Bollinger focused on these reflections at the Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The preliminary answers and assumptions are summed up in the present volume.
    Complementing the works by students, texts by Klaus Bollinger, Frank Werner, Florian Medicus, Gabriele Werner, Georg Glaeser and Frank Gruber provide an overview of the theoretical, historical, constructive and geometric relevance of Vladimir Tatlin’s work and the architect’s intentions.

    Authors will be present and books will be for sale.

    A reception to follow.

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    • bonooobong Says:

      I like Tatlin’s brutal soviet contsructivism, these structures have always been before their times, it’s not a surprise that the Tower can only build with the support of the parametric design f the 21st century. I’m looking forward to have a look at the book;)

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