Sunday, July 3, 2011

Pushkinsky Cinema

"According to the jury, the three winning proposals combine imaginative aesthetical thinking with technical innovation to create solutions that give new life to an aging icon like the Pushkinsky Cinema. The winning proposals were selected from 512 entries submitted by 1002 architects from 62 different countries and exhibited earlier this June at the Central House of Architects in Moscow. The international ideas competition was hosted by DuPont together with Union of Architects of Russia, YEM, RIBA and Architizer...

The 1st Prize " Frozen in Time " designed by J.A. Diaz Parra, C. Kentish, E. Sam Soom (Singapore) takes its inspiration from the poem “Winter Morning” by Alexander Pushkin, a poem that celebrates the way the bracing Russian winter can transfigure the landscape and create find out more...
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