Before Utopian vision, the things related to designs did not actually looked great when the German architects created some of the designs in and around 1910. Because of the huge destruction, the recession and inflation after the World War 1, the situation largely changed and the German ideas began to appear as grim. Thus it was wonders that most of the architects during this times started to drafts visions that included the creation of the brand new cities which were based on Utopian avant grade vision. It had been believed by Scheebary that there would be some of the visually appealing properties associated with the glass. This was the Utopian thought which could raise the culture to the higher level and transform the ideas which had been related to the Older Europe. According to the Utopian vision which had been given by Scheebart, the brick buildings had to be replaced with the radiant and the colourful glass.Some of the most appealing designs had been published by the Alpine architecture. This included the radically enthusiastic sketches which reflected the great buildings that could be made in the mountains of Apls. Unlike many of the other modernist, Taut had espoused a confidence in colour. Similar to that of Scheebart, the vision of Taut was also related to the avant grade designs. This had a huge psychological impact on the designs. It supported the ideas that refraction in the glass can help in making the colours to shine.
In order to do the funding of the same, Taut asked for the melting of some of the old monuments and some other triumphal avenues. He clearly reflected the Utopian concepts and illustrated them efficiently in the form of the designs. Lenin institute was another Avant grade designs which was based on the Utopian visions. When Lenin came into power for the very first time after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the artists and the architects had been searching for completely new architects which can help in symbolizing of the economic policies of the nation. Because of the deep inspiration from the kinetic elements related to the futurists and the cubist artists, the constructive architecture had been further blended by the great technology and spending. Due to the Utopian vision, the bold red became the choice of colour for most of constructive visionaries. For the constructivist, these kinds of ideas had been largely ahead of time. Many of the designs during these times were theoretical. One of the structures was El Lissitzky’s Lenin Tribune which was known for its leaning structure and for its lack of support. Talins monument had been known for the spiral construction.It included the red-painted steel and iron that surrounded the three central spaces which rotated as per the day, month and year.