Khidekel’s gifts as an architect were recognized early on, beginning with his widely acclaimed workers’ club of 1926, which has come down in history as the world’s first Suprematist architectural design. In fact, starting with his work with El Lissitzky on the transition from planar to three-dimensional Suprematism, Khidekel became not just the first but indeed the only Suprematist architect. In his view, avant-garde architecture was derived from that modern pictorial system.


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