From 1923 to 1928, Malevich produced a series of plaster sculptures that he referred to as Architectons. These sculptures are compositions of white ceramic blocks and represent imaginary buildings. The architectons always feature a large rectangular block to which other smaller blocks or surfaces connect. In some ways these works can be seen as a three-dimensional application of suprematism.
Construction of Moscow No5 1930 Stroitelstvo Moskvy - Original vintage constructivist architecture digest, cover design by A Carr, listed on AntikBar.co.uk
Alberto Tadiello, Untitled (Adunchi), 2010, steel bar and plate, screws and nuts
Bulgarian Brutalism. Former Bulgarian Communist Party HQ