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.
Know Your Butcher: Street Kiosk Demolition And Its Consequences for The City
The implications of the mass demolition of shopping kiosks on Moscow streets, through the eyes of the urban researcher.
Izabela Cichońska: We bought a giraffe and a crocodile skull
Strelka graduate’s story of becoming a Dragon castle architect
Matthew Manos: ‘If we ever go below 50% pro bono, I will resign’
The story of a socially responsible company.
À la Izba and Faux Stone: the Wooden Age of Moscow Architecture
Strelka Magazine has dug deep into the archives of the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture and learned the stories of Moscow’s most fascinating wooden buildings.