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Across the plaza. The public voids of the post-soviet city (159,00 руб.)

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Первый авторHatherley Owen
ИздательствоМ.: Стрелка Пресс
Страниц92
ID703154
АннотацияThe vast, proverbially windswept plazas built under «really existing socialism» from the 1920s to the 1980s are widely considered to be useless spaces, designed to intimidate or at least impress. Yet if they are only of use to those in power, why is it they have been used so successfully in protest? From Petrograd in 1917 to Independence Square in Kiev during the Orange Revolution, these spaces have become focuses for mass protest. Beginning in Berlin's Alexanderplatz, and taking in Warsaw, Ljubljana, Kharkov and Moscow, Owen Hatherley heads in search of revolt, architectural glory and horror. Along the way he encounters the more civic squares that replaced their authoritarian predecessors and finds that, paradoxically, the old centres of power are more conducive to dissent than these new, ostensibly democratic plazas.
ISBN978-5-9903364-4-5
УДК72
ББК85
Hatherley, O. Across the plaza. The public voids of the post-soviet city = На площади. В поисках общественных пространств постсоветского города [Электронный ресурс] / O. Hatherley .— М. : Стрелка Пресс, 2017 .— 92 с. — Текст на англ. яз.; Деривативное эл. изд. на основе печ. изд. (М.: Стрелка Пресс, 2014); Электрон. текстовые дан. (1 файл pdf : 92 с.); Систем. требования: Adobe Reader XI либо Adobe Digital Editions 4.5 ; экран 10" .— ISBN 978-5-9903364-4-5 .— Режим доступа: https://rucont.ru/efd/703154

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УДК 72 ББК 85 H36 H36 Hatherley, Owen. Across the plaza. The public voids of the post-soviet city = На площади. В поисках общественных пространств постсоветского города [Электронный ресурс] / O. Hatherley. — 3-rd ed. (el.). — Electronic text data (1 file pdf : 92 p.). — М. : Strelka Press, 2017. — System requirements: Adobe Reader XI or Adobe Digital Editions 4.5 ; screen 10". ISBN 978-5-9903364-4-5 The vast, proverbially windswept plazas built under «really existing socialism» from the 1920s to the 1980s are widely considered to be useless spaces, designed to intimidate or at least impress. Yet if they are only of use to those in power, why is it they have been used so successfully in protest? From Petrograd in 1917 to Independence Square in Kiev during the Orange Revolution, these spaces have become focuses for mass protest. Beginning in Berlin’s Alexanderplatz, and taking in Warsaw, Ljubljana, Kharkov and Moscow, Owen Hatherley heads in search of revolt, architectural glory and horror. Along the way he encounters the more civic squares that replaced their authoritarian predecessors and finds that, paradoxically, the old centres of power are more conducive to dissent than these new, ostensibly democratic plazas. УДК 72 ББК 85 The source print publication: Across the plaza. The public voids of the post-soviet city / O. Hatherley. — Moscow : Strelka Press, 2014. — 92 p. — ISBN 978-0-9929-1462-2. ISBN 978-5-9903364-4-5 © Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design, 2014
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