Yakov Rubanchik

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Yakov Osipovich Rubanchik
Born (1899-06-29)June 29, 1899
Taganrog
Died December 20, 1948(1948-12-20) (aged 49)
Leningrad
Nationality Russia
Occupation Architect

Yakov Osipovich Rubanchik (June 29, 1899 – December 20, 1948) was a Soviet Russian architect and artist.

Biography

Yakov Rubanchik was born into a photographer's family in the city of Taganrog in 1899. Studied at the Taganrog Boys Gymnasium.

Graduated from Petrograd-based Vhutein (Higher Art and Technical Institute) in 1928.[1] In summer of 1929 Rubanchik came to his home city Taganrog to make sketches of buildings in historical downtown.[2]

In early 1930s, Rubanchik was part of the Leningrad-based ASNOVA (Russian: АСНОВА; abbreviation for Ассоциация новых архитекторов, "Association of New Architects"), an Avant-Garde architectural association in the Soviet Union, which was active in the 1920s and early 1930s, commonly called 'the Rationalists'. Designed several projects of factory-kitchen buildings, such as the factory-kitchen of the Vyborg District of Leningrad. In 1933-1941 was director of Workshop 1 of the Leningrad-based State Institute of Urban Design (ru) (GIPROGOR).

In 1935 Yakov Rubanchik released a project of reconstruction of Taganrog.[3]

External links and references

  1. ^ Кашаверская Ю. Неоконченная рукопись Якова Рубанчика // АРДИС. — 2004. — № 3.
  2. ^ Энциклопедия Таганрога. 2008 г., статья Г.Т.Шмульян
  3. ^ Энциклопедия Таганрога. 2008 г., статья Г.Т.Шмульян
  • WWII drawings by Yakov Rubanchik
  • 54 buildings designed or co-designed by Yakov Rubanchik, mostly in Stalinist Neoclassicism.
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