State Committee on Science and Technology Building

Moscow, Russia

Ksenia Kandalintseva

In 1949, Alsufyeva’s tenement house at Tverskaya, 11 was converted into an administrative building with a round hall on the roof to accommodate the Soviet Committee on Science and Technology. Today it is easily recognizable due to its strict and geometrical proportions – a typical Stalinist empire with the lower floor of crude stone and pilaster striped façade. The chief architect Viktor Andreev was awarded with the State Prize of the USSR for the design. Now the building hosts Russia's Ministry of Education and Science.


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