6 Soviet Experimental Plastic House

Soviet Experimental Plastic House

Posted on March 14, 2014 by team


This unique experimental fully plastic house was built in 1961 in Leningrad (Saint-Petersburg). It was actually a two-storey one, but the lower storey was a technicality and was used for heating and ventilation equipment. The walls of the first storey were made from reinforced framing filled with glass blocks, while the the second storey was fully made from plastic, its height above the ground was 2, 20 meters.


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Unfortunately the house has not been preserved to these days, this is the place where it was standing, as it looks today.

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6 Responses to “Soviet Experimental Plastic House”

  1. bob says:

    These would go great with my concept of what a future city will look like.Right now we humans build things haphazardly and disorganized.I would be more specific of my design but,I would like to publish it and get some credit….

  2. George says:

    Plastic doesn’t last very long in the environment. The sun just destroys it. A house wouldn’t be worth it. Plus, you’d have to replace much of it every couple of years. A big hassle.

    • MAXDMG says:

      It will not work because not trapped heat for heating where should allocate more money than it’s worth) But the idea is interesting)

  3. dana says:

    what about the nowadays barracks?

  4. Fred says:

    It looks very similar to the Kunstoffhaus FG 2000. Built from fiberglass in 1968-70 by Wolfgang Feierbach.

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