Color and light in modern architecture

In 1929, the Soviet avant-garde journal Modern Architecture (Современная архитектура, or СА) published a special issue devoted to color and light in design. Below is an embedded link to the full issue on Scribd, as well as some lower-quality scans of individual pages. More later. Enjoy these for now.

4 thoughts on “Color and light in modern architecture

  1. Colours, particularly bright ones, often make modernist building look tacky & cheap, instead of depressing and cheap. I guess it all comes down to the materials used.

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