Nikolay Erofeev on the legacy of Soviet standardized architecture and its implications for the future of architectural practice.
An in-depth history of the Stalinist skyscraper.
A look at the fantasies of Amerikanizm born in the paradoxical relationship between the USSR and the United States.
Have you ever wondered how the most utopian Soviet architectural projects would look in the urban environment of Moscow?
Conceptual artist Marinus Boezem revisits the monumental architecture of Moscow’s Gorky Park through site-specific artworks and installations.
A rare case of meticulous restoration of an avant-garde monument
Discover the most interesting Soviet buildings in the Moldovan capital
Promoting the industrial ruins of the ‘Russian Manchester.’
Architectural critic Armen Harutyunov on eight modernist buildings in the Georgian capital, the history of their creation and their current condition.
An architectural guide to 12 Soviet buildings in the former capital of Kazakhstan
The architectural reviewer Armen Arutyunov on ten significant modernist buildings in Kuybyshev from the 1950s-1980s, their significance and problems of preservation
An interview with Vladimir Somov, the Russian modernist architect, who built «The Novgorod Spaceship»
Architect Alexey Ginzburg and Rights League director Garegin Barsumyan discuss examining the Narkomfin Building and working on its restoration project
Strelka Magazine looked into the design and selection process of the Constructivist Moscow Map and learned which buildings, regrettably for the map's creators, did not make it
What defines Saint-Petersburg’s unique avant-garde architecture and what you should look out for to better understand it?
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
Exclusive interview with Nadya Nilina tracing the formation of urban discourse in Russia and setting goals for the future of urbanisation
Alexandra Selivanova, administrator at the Worker Enlightenment Library avant-garde centre, talks about 12 constructivism era buildings in Moscow, which can be demolished in the near future