Excerpt: ‘Architecture in Global Socialism’ by Łukasz Stanek
The story of socialist architectural development across the Global South—and a reexamination of the prevailing history of the Cold War.
Futura bistro in St. Petersburg
Scandinavian style bistro on the territory of the former Lenpoligraphmash factory.
The 27 Doors of Future Architecture Rooms
Visit a new digital space where leading European architecture institutions and organizations share statements about their future work and reflections on this extraordinary contemporary condition.
On False Dichotomy of Traditional & Modern in Islamic Architecture
An excerpt from an interview with architect and scholar Ziad Jamaleddine.
An Inn in the Serene Woods of Karelia
A hotel complex by a lake in northwestern Russia.
New Competition Launched to Redesign Saratov City Center
Apply by September 3.
Cyber-PiraMMMida: Exposing Fake Horizontals and Perverting Power Verticals
A transmedia exploration of the politics and aesthetics of pyramids in the era of wild capitalism.
Space for summer events with a kinetic facade.
A contemporary take on a traditional Russian country house.
08.06, The Revenge of the Real
Bubble Problems: An Archeology of Infection and Environmental Control
Lydia Kallipoliti investigates architectures of containment to find new ways to fathom architectural legacies of interiorization, climatic control, and fear of infection.
Vineria wine cellar in Tbilisi
Abandoned basement turned into a traditional Georgian wine cellar
Education Center Luminary
Solar-powered education center for children located in an apple garden in Dagestan
ArchDaily and Strelka Mag Launch a Joint Section
Publish your architectural project.
Amerikanizm: Russian Architecture and Ideal Images of the New World
A look at the fantasies of Amerikanizm born in the paradoxical relationship between the USSR and the United States.
Strelka Mag becomes an official partner of Dezeen Awards 2020
Entries for this year’s Dezeen Awards are open until June 9.
16.12.2019, New Urban Conditions
Good Content vs Good Architecture: Where Does ‘Instagrammability’ Take Us?
Social media is turning the built environment into an attraction, populated not by citizens but by users.
Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli to Curate Russian Pavilion at Venice Biennale
Titled "Open!", the project will spotlight young Russian architects and will focus on the renovation of the century-old building of the pavilion.
The Rise and Fall of Danchi, Japan’s Largest Social Housing Experiment
A symbol of modernity that turned into a social stigma.