Strelka KB receives special mention in LILA landscape award
Competing with 119 offices from around the world, Russia’s leading urban consultancy firm has been awarded special mention in the Office category of LILA 2018.
Radical grassroots intervention transforms Stalin-era outdoor theater site
Collectively designed, crowdsourced, and crowdfunded by local community, Stage creates a unique public space in Dnipro, Ukraine.
Strelka KB shortlisted for LILA landscape award
Strelka KB has been announced as one of five finalists for the Landezine International Landscape Award in the ‘Office Profile’ category.
Sleepless in Moscow: How football fans are impacting the city
Data analysis shows how excited the Russian capital was on World Cup opening night.
Strelka KB to revamp public spaces in Uzbek capital
Russia's leading urban consulting firm heads east in its first international project.
Zaha Hadid Architects to take on third project in Russia
A recreational cluster designed by the world-renowned firm will appear in southern Russia.
European Prize for Urban Public Space: Strelka KB’s project makes it to the finals
The renovation of Moscow’s Garden Ring is the first Russian entry to become a finalist for the prestigious award.
Creative practitioners invited to rethink town near Chernobyl
An open call has been issued for urbanists, architects, and artists to spend four weeks in the Ukrainian "atomic city" of Slavutych, which was built after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986
Rem Koolhaas unveils renovation concept for New Tretyakov Gallery
Through eliminating dysfunctional parts and removing a number of walls, OMA plans to breathe new life into Russia’s largest museum building
Zaryadye Park wins ArchDaily’s 'Building of the Year' Award
Zaryadye Park has been crowned the winner of ArchDaily's 'Building of the Year' award in the category of 'Public Architecture.'
HOW A REMOTE VILLAGE IN RUSSIA’S CAUCASUS BECAME A RISING TOURIST HOTSPOT
Just 10 years ago, a few dozen tourists would come to Kubachi each season. In 2017, it hosted around 1,500 people
This co-working commuter concept could change the nature of how we work
A project by Advanced Urban Design students suggests offices on wheels and bus stop work hubs could be the future of urban areas
5 architects who brought gardens back to Moscow’s Garden Ring
Redesigning the city’s key artery
European Prize for Urban Spaces announces call for entries
The biennial award recognises the creation, recovery, and improvement of public spaces across Europe
Blockchain and energy cooperatives vs permafrost: How to keep the Russian Far North warm
Why the territories that contain most of Russia’s oil and gas resources lack energy and what can be done to change it
Svobodny: A look at a remote single-industry Russian city on the brink of a radical transformation
A city in the Russian Far East that has been falling into desolation since the fall of the Soviet Union is set to become a booming industrial hub
Russia’s role in the New Silk Road: Opportunities and challenges
Bringing the ancient trade route back to life could turn Russia into a major global trade channel. But there are many obstacles ahead
How to transform a college into a community hub
A project by Strelka alumni has won the Europan NL competition for the redevelopment of the Media College in Amsterdam