13 Lessons Of Architecture

Lessons Of Architecture

Posted on July 31, 2011 by kulichik

Welcome to the village Nikolo-Lenivetz which belongs to the landscape protected area and is a part of the National Park. Here architects give rein to their imagination and expect visitors to evaluate the work.

Since 2000 it has become popular due to landscape objects constructed here by architects.

The structures are made of natural material such as hay, snow, wood. Many objects interact with their spectators like swing or float boats and can be touched or used.

The number of the objects keeps growing every year. Meanwhile, many of them cease to exist.


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13 Responses to “Lessons Of Architecture”

  1. beautifull creative and intelligent. effort is amazing things like this make belive there is hope for russia and the whole world

  2. briedis says:

    The tesla coil was sweet!

  3. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    I really love this kind of stuff!


  5. Musa says:

    This is great but now I only want to see more of it. Russians really know how to work with wood. More posts like this one please.

  6. Wai says:

    There should be more place like this one around the world where the government allows people to use their creativity and be able to display it just for the sake of art.

  7. testicules says:

    I wonder how many splinters you get by visiting there?

  8. Boritz says:

    Some of the structures are accidents only waiting to occur.

  9. Ross says:

    What a magical place!

  10. andy says:

    Russians create in ways other cultures do not seem to!

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