A look at 5 historic Russian lighthouses
As lighthouses, water towers, and abandoned dungeons are becoming increasingly popular tourist attractions in Russia, the Nam Svetlo project is bringing beacons across the country into the spotlight.
The shape of society: Coexisting in Latvia's Soviet apartment blocks
How apartment buildings organize societies.
First glimpse into the Narkomfin renovation: The rebirth of a Constructivist icon
A rare case of meticulous restoration of an avant-garde monument
I came, I paid, I repaired: How volunteers are restoring France’s cultural heritage
The way to save history for free
21.04.2017, Art & Design
The carved heart of the woods
In any good fairytale, help magically arrives at the very moment that it’s most needed
Sloboda 1.0: what life was like in the Tatar slobodas one and a half centuries ago
Are you allowed to eat soap, wear skinny pants, and get on adults’ nerves?
Marina Khrustaleva: “Each of us deserves this handful of old buildings”
Marina Khrustaleva, historian of architecture and coordinator of the Arkhnadzor preservation movement told Strelka Magazine why we need to preserve our historical heritage
Narkomfin Forever: House from the Past That Predicted the Future
Historians, curators and educators discuss which of Moisei Ginzburg’s ideas were way ahead of their time, what makes the Narkomfin Building unique and how the upcoming bidding could affect its future
Projective Preservation: A Manifesto for Savannah
A look at one of the best-preserved cities in the United States.
Francesco Bandarin: Don’t think we are old-fashioned
Assistant Director-General of UNESCO for Culture comments on building a Monument to Vladimir the Great and on cities forsaking their historical identity for tourists’ sake