Moscow, Russia, 25/04/2013. Ekaterina Karinskaya inside the Melnikov House [1927-1929], the most famous construction by Soviet avant-garde architect Konstantin Melnikov, in central Moscow. The house, which is slowly collapsing, is the subject of a complex dispute between the architect’s grand-daughter Ekaterina, who lives there and wants to turn it into a museum, her sister Elena, and businessman Sergei Gordeev.
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Moscow, Russia, 25/04/2013.
Ekaterina Karinskaya inside the Melnikov House [1927-1929], the most famous construction by Soviet avant-garde architect Konstantin Melnikov, in central Moscow. The unique cylindrical house, which is slowly collapsing due to nearby construction work, is the subject of a complex dispute between the architect’s grand-daughter Ekaterina, who lives there and wants to turn it into a museum, her sister Elena, and businessman Sergei Gordeev.

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One Response to “Photo Of The Week: The Melnikov House”

  1. oh no, shame about the house

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