Create the impressive Tatlin’s Tower in St. Petersburg on your tabletop, by BEAMALEVICH
Shapes of Tatlin is an invitation to bring Soviet Russia Architecture back to life. With it, you can recreate a small scale model of one of the most ambitious building ideas of all time!
In 1919, the Communist International group of Russia opened a design contest for their to-be headquarters building in Petrograd (now St Petersurg). Young Vladimir Tatlin, at that time a design student, submitted this colossal tower to the contest – taller than the Eiffel tower, made of steel, glass, and revolution.
Compose the Tower’s intricate skeleton over St Petersburg at high detail, now on your desktop.
Enjoy the results creatively through photography, with video capturing, placing as decoration on your shelves… tons of fun for a one-time purchase!
Precise cut methacrylate makes the outlines smooth and resistant.
Other artsy “Shapes of” models available: Mondrian — Suprematism — Suprematism Red — Malevich
Dimensions (wood base):
Length: 39 cm // 15.3 in
Width: 8 cm // 3.1 in
Height: 0.9 cm // 0.35 in
Weight (full product):
250 g approx. // 0.5 lb
Material: PEFC elmwood & methacrylate
1 x wooden base with 5 grooves
4 x scaled sized Tatlin Tower structure methacrylate pieces
1 x St. Petersburg urban skyline methacrylate piece
Handmade in Barcelona