Soviet architects: Joseph Yulievich Karakis, Nikolai Ladovsky, Ivan Zholtovsky, Ivan Fomin, Alexey Dushkin, Ilya Golosov, Moisei Ginzburg

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9781155493930: Soviet architects: Joseph Yulievich Karakis, Nikolai Ladovsky, Ivan Zholtovsky, Ivan Fomin, Alexey Dushkin, Ilya Golosov, Moisei Ginzburg
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Joseph Yulievich Karakis, Nikolai Ladovsky, Ivan Zholtovsky, Ivan Fomin, Alexey Dushkin, Ilya Golosov, Moisei Ginzburg, Miron Merzhanov, Pyotr Baranovsky, Alexander Zelenko, Arkady Mordvinov, Vadym Meller, Alexey Shchusev, Ivan Sergeyevich Kuznetsov, Alexander Tamanian, Illarion Ivanov-Schitz, Vitaly Lagutenko, Ilya Bondarenko, Vladimir Tatlin, Konstantine Hovhannisyan, Ivan Leonidov, Vyacheslav Oltarzhevsky, Lev Rudnev, Ivan Nikolaev, Dmitry Chechulin, Boris Iofan, Varazdat Harutyunyan, Viktor Aleksandrovic Vesnin, Alar Kotli, Nikolai Kolli, Alexander Brodsky, Raine Karp, Mikhail Okhitovich, Toros Toramanian, Karo Halabyan, Victor Djorbenadze, Anatoly Dobrovolsky. Excerpt: Joseph Yulievich Karakis (or Iosif Karakys) (Russian: ; 29 May 1902, Balta - 23 February 1988, Kiev) - Soviet architect, urban planner, painter and teacher, one of the most prolific Kiev architects. Author of dozens building that are now considered architectural landmarks, more than two-thousand schools were built in the former Soviet Union from designes created by the author, and overall there were more than four thousand buildings built from his designs. Joseph Karakis was born on May 29, 1902 in the town of Balta, to Karakis Julius Borisovich (1879-1943), co-owner and a worker of a sugar factory in Turbin and Karakis (maiden name Geybtman) Frida Jakovlevna (1882-1968). Joseph was the oldest child in the family and had a younger brother David Julevich Karakis (1904-1970) who have chosen a career military doctor, and became colonel and chief of medical squadron during World War II. From 1909 till 1917 Joseph Karakis studied at Vinnytsia realschule, while attending evening drawing classes of Abraham Cherkassky. In 1918, he worked as a painter decorator in Vinnytsia theater at Matthew Drak for the troupe of Gnat Yura, Ambrose Buchma and Marian Kru...

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