Soviet Cultural Centres

The Zuyev Workers' Club in Moscow is a prominent work of constructivist architecture. It was designed by Ilya Golosov during 1926 and finished during 1928.
Burevestnik, Shoe Factory Club (1928-1930)
Moscow, 3d Rybinskaya st., 17/1.. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
"Kauchuk" Factory Club (1927)
Moscow, Plyuschikha st., 64. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
Club for employees of Dorkhimzavod (chemical factory) build in 1929.
Moscow, Berezhkovskaya emb., 28. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
Center of culture "Proletary" for Kompressor factory (1927-1929)
Moscow, Shosse Entuziastov, 28. Architect Vladimir Vladimirov.
Cultural club for community of pre-revolutionary political convicts (1930 - 1934).
Moscow, Povarskaya st., 33. Architects Brothers Vesnin.
Cultural club for community of pre-revolutionary political convicts (1930 - 1934).
Moscow, Povarskaya st., 33. Architects Brothers Vesnin.
Rusakov's Club (1927 - 1930).
Moscow, Stromynka st., 6. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
Rusakov's Club (1927 - 1930).
Moscow, Stromynka st., 6. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
Rusakov's Club (1927 - 1930).
Moscow, Stromynka st., 6. Architect Konstantin Melnikov.
Club for textilemen (1927)
Moscow, Selskokhozyajstvennaya st., 24. Architect L.Vesnin.
Club for textilemen (1927)
Moscow, Selskokhozyajstvennaya st., 24. Architect L.Vesnin.
Club for employees of cosmetic factory "Svoboda" (1929)
Moscow, Vyatskaya st., 41a. Architect K. Melnikov