‘The Constructivist’ by Zupagrafika allows you to playfully shape your own avant-garde community with geometrical forms inspired by some of the most seminal examples of Russian constructivist architecture erected between early 1920s and mid -1930s, such as: Melnikov House, Kirov Town Hall or Nikolaev`s House.
The kit is designed especially for children and their parents to engage them in a playful, interactive tour around the constructivist world of forms and colours, and practice their spatial imagination. Contains 4 press out comrades to assemble without glue or scissors. Includes an educative note on Russian avant-garde architecture and easy to follow instructions.
‘Objects in our hands should also be equals,
also be comrades…’
— Alexandr Rodchenko, Paris 1925.