The first comprehensive study of the visionary Russian avant-garde school in English.
Get an insight into Soviet-era urban development with a new book about monotowns.
An intimate portrait of the region and its inhabitants on the 35th anniversary of the nuclear disaster.
An in-depth history of the Stalinist skyscraper.
"The future has not been canceled."
The multi-authored book is the result of a three-year collaborative program and think-tank at Strelka.
The story of socialist architectural development across the Global South—and a reexamination of the prevailing history of the Cold War.
A recommended literature list that touches upon the themes that will be covered in the second year of Strelka's The Terraforming think-tank.
A model for a particular type of holistic urbanism.
An intertwined analysis of imaginations of the Earth and geopolitics of climate emergency.
A new book cataloging the boom in church construction in the atheist People’s Republic of Poland reveals a singular and unique contribution to the architecture of the twentieth century.
A story of obsession with Europe’s most enduring socialist building.
As Strelka Institute launches a new three-year research cycle, the team behind The Terraforming recommends a selection of literature which might help you to better understand the context of the program.
The latest book by design theorist and Strelka Program Director Benjamin Bratton outlines the argument behind The Terraforming, the new research project at Strelka Institute.
Architect and researcher Kate Popova offers her selection of six recently published books that question why architecture finds itself increasingly unable to find solutions to the problems it sets out to solve.
A look at the сover designs of the main Soviet architecture magazine.
Strelka Mag recommends a recent book about the new relationships between states, citizens, and the stateless, all of which are made possible by emerging technologies.
Strelka visiting lecturer Patricia Reed recommends this in-depth interview with Sylvia Wynter, one of the foremost Caribbean decolonial thinkers, as an introduction to Wynter’s multifaceted life and work.