The architectural movement born after the Russian Revolution is unique in the concepts developed as well as in the shapes and the visuals produced. The propositions of the avant-garde’s architects from the 1920’s reflect the notion of utopia and reality that characterises creation in Soviet Union.
In this project, which mixes photography and type design, I decided to confront my own vision and references I had through history books with reality. To give a personal vision of the situation in the Russian capital, I focused on the buildings of the Soviet’s avant-garde, on the context in which they belonged to, as well as the heritage they left behind.
Bachelor diploma at HEAD – Geneva. Supervised by Stéphanie Gygax, Pierre-Alain Giesser †, Florence Marguerat, Laurent Kühni and Anette Lenz.
One cut typeface, OTF format
|Type design, Editorial design, photography, poster design|