Factory Kitchen, Samara, 1931, by Ekaterina Maksimova

Authors

  • Ivan Blasi
  • Vladimir Shukhov
  • Anna Bronovitskaya

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52200/46.A.QUCL4MZ5

Keywords:

Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Modern housing

Abstract

The Maslennikov factory canteen, also known as the Fabrika Kukhnya or Factory Kitchen, was a canteen producing meals on industrial scale, a vital typology for the early Soviet urbanism. Factory Kitchen in Samara belonged to the Maslennikov Factory. The building is absolutely unique in its plan in the shape of a hummer-and cycle, symbol of the union of the working people. The "hummer" held the kitchen and storage, and the "cycle" was occupied by dinner-halls.

How to Cite

Blasi, I., Shukhov, V., & Bronovitskaya, A. (2012). Factory Kitchen, Samara, 1931, by Ekaterina Maksimova. Docomomo Journal, (46), 86. https://doi.org/10.52200/46.A.QUCL4MZ5

Published

2012-07-01

Issue

Section

Heritage in danger