This beautiful double-sided map from Derek Lamberton's Blue Crow Media imprint collects together examples of Soviet-era Constructivist architecture found in Moscow. Universities, residential complexes, garages, factories and schools feature among over 50 exquisite examples still to be found in the city (with location, architect and date details). With an introduction and photographs by Natalia Melikova from the Constructivist Project, this map sheds light on an undervalued area of architectural design.
The Constructivist Moscow Map allows you to map a city in a completely new way. Or... you could frame it!
The map is printed on Cyclus Offset 140 gsm, measures 420mm x 600mm (slightly larger than A2) open and folds down to 210mm x 150mm (slightly larger than A5). The map is protected by a wide printed belly band.