Constructivist Moscow Map by Blue Crow Media in collaboration with The Constructivist Project - available NOW!

This two-sided, dual language, folding map features over fifty leading examples of Constructivist architecture in Moscow, from Melnikov House and Shukhov Tower to the Narkomfin and Izvestia Buildings. The map celebrates the avant garde landmarks of the early Soviet era, including workers’ clubs, garages, communal housing, factories, headquarters and more. The reverse side of the map features an introduction to Constructivism by Natalia Melikova and Nikolai Vassiliev, photos by Melikova (see slideshow below) and details about each building in English and Russian.

Perfect for a walking tour or framing, this map measures slightly larger than A2 open, folds to slightly larger than A5 and is protected by a wide band. Order online: bluecrowmedia.com/product/constructivist-moscow-map

magazine: TATLIN NEWS 2 | 74 | 118  2013 www.tatlin.ru

NO COMMENT Дом Архитектора Мельникова. 30 апреля 2013 года. Фото Натальи Меликовой | Architect Melnikov's House. 30 April 2013. Photo by Natalia Melikova

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Дом Архитектора Мельникова. 30 апреля 2013 года. Фото Натальи Меликовой | Architect Melnikov's House. 30 April 2013. Photo by Natalia Melikova

newspaper: The Moscow News. 19 Dec - 25 Dec 2013 (No.49)

Peeking Inside Narkomfin. Text: Kevin O'Flynn Photos: Natalia Melikova & Luciano Spinelli

Article on narkomfin.net - a work in progress in collaboration with photographer and videomaker Luciano Spinelli. Since the time of the article's publication the concept of the website project has evolved but still holds on to the core idea of opening up and sharing the many phases and stories in the constructivist masterpiece - the Narkomfin. For questions regarding the project, email info@narkomfin.net

magazine: проект россия / project russia. embankments. 75  1 / 2015 www.prorus.ru

Text: Marina Khrustalyova | Photos: Natalia Melikova

Photographed in fall 2013, the photographs were displayed at the Museum of Moscow 2-14 December 2014. The exhibition project Factories on the River (Фабрики на реке) was curated by Marina Khrustalyova and carried out within the framework of the international contest for the concept of urban development of the territories adjacent to the Moscow River organized by the Genplan Institute of Moscow. Check out the interview "Natalia Melikova: Factories on the Moscow River Should Be Preserved" to learn more about this project.

journal: do_co_mo_mo. HIGH DENSITY. Journal 50 - 2014/01 www.docomomo.com

HERITAGE IN DANGER. Shukhov Tower, Moscow, 1922, by Vladimir Shukhov. Text & photos by Natalia Melikova

HERITAGE IN DANGER. Shukhov Tower, Moscow, 1922, by Vladimir Shukhov. Text & photos by Natalia Melikova