From panelák estates to concrete grand designs, the charm of the former Eastern Bloc architecture is certainly brutal. Explore and reconstruct some of the most controversial brutalist edifices erected behind the Iron Curtain and in the former Yugoslavia, from omnipresent pre-cast housing estates to the mighty Soviet landmarks awaiting renovation or threatened with demolition | Released: 2017
Have a peep over the Wall and reconstruct some of the most captivating modernist and brutalist edifices erected in East Germany, from the massive Plattenbauten of Rostock, to the icons of DDR-Moderne and the demolished ´Mokka-Milch-Eisbar ‘Kosmos'. Featuring: Berlin, Cottbus, Dessau, Dresden, Halle Neustadt, Leipzig and Rostock | Released: 2017
A collection of illustrated cut-out paper models, inspired by the brutalist architecture of London from the 1960s to the 1970s, featuring some of the most controversial concrete constructions scattered around the districts of Camden, Southwark and Tower Hamlets. Includes information on the architects, year of construction and location of each building | Released: 2015
A series of illustrated paper models portraying the brutalist architecture of Paris from the late 1950s to the 1970s. The collection features buildings scattered around the arrondissements, as well as the infamous suburban banlieues. It comes completed with a free recreation of Le Corbusier`s 1925 Plan Voisin - proposing an innovative solution for the centre of Paris I Released: 2016
A set of illustrated cut-out paper models representing 1960s-1980s post-war modernist architecture of Katowice, capital of the Upper Silesian Industrial Region (Poland). The series features iconic buildings still to be found in the city centre, prefab panel blocks from the outskirts as well as the brutalist Katowice railway station, demolished in 2011 I Released: 2015
A collection of illustrated cut-out paper models celebrating the post-war modernist architecture of Warsaw, Poland. The series features iconic examples of functional architecture, such as Rotunda PKO, monolithic concrete structures, like Smolna 8 and Za Żelazną Bramą Estate, as well as prefab panel blocks to be found in the suburbs I Released: 2014
Blokoshka offers a playful insight into the 'sleeping districts' of Moscow, Plattenbau constructions of East Berlin, Warsaw's large-scale housing estates, and the panelák blocks in Prague. The nesting blocks are designed to be opened in half and placed inside one another, in the same way as a Russian matryoshka | Released: 2016
A cut-out-and-build alphabet featuring the post-war modernist architecture of Poland.
Cut out and build your own mini advertising column celebrating the Polish Poster School with the two kits, including Zupagrafika posters and Anonymous Polish posters from the 1960s and 1970s.