Alexander Brodsky's Your Prison

Your Prison (The Routine of Daily Life) by Alexander Brodsky

pavilion for vodka ceremonies by Alexander Brodsky

Alexander Brodsky, Vodka Ceremony Pavilion Image by Yuri Palmin, Courtesy of Yuri Palmin to Microcities

Alexander Brodsky Rotunda II, Paris | A pavilion in Tuilerie Gardens, part of the Russian Counterpoint exhibition in the Louvre. Architect: Alexander Brodsky, 2010

The temples of consumption: Alexander Brodsky Rotunda II, Paris. He speaks for the whole country.

Alexander Brodsky ice house

Pavilion made out of discarded timber window frames from industrial warehouses.

Alexander Brodsky's Your Prison

Your Prison (The Routine of Daily Life) by Alexander Brodsky

Alexander Brodsky's Your Prison

Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky

Gallery of Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky - 5

Image 5 of 23 from gallery of Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky. Photograph by Yuri PALMIN

Alexander Brodsky's Your Prison

Your Prison (The Routine of Daily Life) by Alexander Brodsky

Your Prison, Alexander Brodsky, Installation, 2008

House in Tarussa / Bureau Alexander Brodsky |   Interesting Wood Interior, The Couch could be a lot better.

House in Tarussa / Bureau Alexander Brodsky

Alexander Brodsky at Architekturzentrum Wien in 2011

Gallery of Alexander Brodsky at Architekturzentrum Wien in 2011 - 7

Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky – ArchDaily

Gallery of Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky - 13

Image 13 of 23 from gallery of Oval shade in Gorky Park / Bureau Alexander Brodsky. Photograph by Yuri PALMIN

Alexander Brodsky

95 degrees is a restaurant designed by Alexander Brodsky in Pirogovo, a place near Moscow.

Yakhtsmen's house by Alexander Brodsky

Yakhtsmen's house by Alexander Brodsky

95 Degrees Restaurant, Alexander Brodsky | Pirogovo | Russia | MIMOA

Constructed on the bank of an artificial pond, this fish restaurant looks like a scaffold of timber posts and beams. It takes its name from the piers being slightly askew, forming an angle of 95 degrees where there should be a straight angle.

Alexander Brodsky, Yuri Palmin · 95 degrees

95 degrees is a restaurant designed by Alexander Brodsky in Pirogovo, a place near Moscow.

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