Arkhitektura SSSR

Arkhitektura SSSR

 

an illustrated magazine, organ of the State Committee on Civil Construction and Architecture Under Gosstroi (the State Committee on Construction) of the USSR and the Architects’ Union of the USSR. Published in Moscow monthly from July 1933 through June 1941, periodically (18 issues) from 1942 through 1947, not published from 1948 through 1951, and published monthly again since 1951.

Arkhitektura SSSR deals with questions of modern city planning; residential, industrial, and rural architecture; mass planning; and the history and theory of architecture and construction. Its circulation (as of Jan. 1, 1970) was more than 22,000.

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(53) But open discussions of architecture in the socialist world overall did not appear regularly in the journal of the Union of Architects, Arkhitektura SSSR, until the 1958 congress, which the journal covered extensively.
(54) Arkhitektor Magidin, "Novoe stroitel'stvo v Bolgarii," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Lobanov, "Planirovka i zastroika chernomorskikh kurortov Bolgarii," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
(70) Duiliu Marku, "Osnovnye voprosy razvitiia arkhitektury v rumynskoi narodnoi respublikt," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Mikaelian, "Kurorty, zony otdykha i turizma," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Polianskii, "Arkhitektura i otdykh," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Kuznetsov, "Dlia trudiashchikhsia Donbassa," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Shelomov, " Kurortnyi gorodok v Adit re," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
Bebiakov, "Gorodok otdykha v Nal'chike," Arkhitektura SSSR, no.
En su numero de enero de 1954, la revista sovietica Arkhitektura SSSR encontraba que "la arquitectura contemporanea de los paises capitalistas" estaba obsesionada con una nueva moda americana: el "bloque en pastilla".
KHROMOV Y., 1972, << Organisatsia ejednevnogo otdykha naselenia krupnykh gorodov [L'organisation du loisir quotidien de la population des grandes villes] >>, Arkhitektura SSSR, 6 : 65-70.
POLYANSKY A., 1972, << Arkhitektura i otdykh [L'architecture et le loisir] >>, Arkhitektura SSSR, 6 : 2-32.