Vladimir Tatlin, Model of the Monument for the Third International, 1919. A 1,300 foot high tower that was to house the headquarters of the Comintern in Petrograd, straddling the Neva river. The internal glass volumes were to house the office and were to rotate at different speeds. Never built, original model lost. Read more. Photographs courtesy of tatlin.ru.

Vladimir Tatlin, Model of the Monument for the Third International, 1919. A 1,300 foot high tower that was to house the headquarters of the Comintern in Petrograd, straddling the Neva river. The internal glass volumes were to house the office and were to rotate at different speeds. Never built, original model lost. Read more. Photographs courtesy of tatlin.ru.


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