Alexander Brodsky Villa Nautilus 1990 "The imaginary architectures of Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin rethink the city as a dream landscape, blending memories of the past with visions for the future."
An escape into the realm of imagination
“Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin are the best known of a loosely organized group of Soviet artists known as Paper Architects, who designed much but built little in the early days of Glasnost in the late 1980s.” (Amazon)
bensozia: Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin: Paper Architecture
Alexander Brodsky & Ilya Utkin, both born 1955, Moscow, Russia Etching, Paper Architecture
View Alexander Brodsky’s Surreal Architectural Drawings and Models at Berlin’s Tchoban Foundation
This cross-section from 1995 depicts a complicated and partially subterranean city scene. As a “paper architect,” Alexander Brodsky is free to imagine entire worlds and the parts from which they are constructed.
Your Prison (The Routine of Daily Life) by Alexander Brodsky