A total theatre — a theatre without architecture
An interview with Vladimir Somov, the Russian modernist architect, who built «The Novgorod Spaceship».
How to turn a closed factory into the most vibrant place in the city
Why the Manufaktura in Lodz, Poland is called an exemplary case of renovation and what other approaches are considered the most successful in the global practice of transformation of industrial spaces.
Intern of the month: «I came to work and obediently devoted myself to architecture»
Architect Asya Vasilieva, who currently works at Strelka KB, explained to Strelka Magazine how she went from being a senior architect to working as an intern at the American bureau WORKac, which cultivates award-winning architects, and how to stop being afraid and start experimenting. BACKGROUND Asya graduated…
Foster + Partners’ Bruno Moser Talks 2067
In anticipation of Foster + Partners 50th anniversary journalist and architecture critic Alexander Ostrovsky talked to Bruno Moser, practice partner and head of its Urban Design team.
How urbanists analyse citizens' mobility
The urban data analyst Anna Lvova discusses, why people’s movement in the city should be monitored.
The top 10 most expected books of 2017 in English about architecture and cities
Journalist and writer Stanislav Lvovskiy recommends forthcoming books written by leading experts and scholars concerning urban problems and architecture.
Concrete Jungle: «In the regions, you can’t sell a design for a chair: you can sell a finished chair
An interview with the co-founder of Vladivostok architectural firm Concrete Jungle.