Design Museum

A new exhibition at the Design Museum in London will focus on six projects that were designed in the 1920s and 1930s, but never broke ground. Dubbed “Phantoms of Moscow,” the exhibition will feature architectural drawings of buildings that were never realized—including the Lenin Institute and the People’s Palace—supported by artwork, propaganda, and publications from that period. The exhibition will run from March 15 until June 4. Read more about it at The Guardian.

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