04.28.2017

SCI-Arc: for people that already know how to design a bathroom

How one of the world’s main experimental architectural schools is put together
04.28.2017

The Ruined Wing of the Schusev Museum: “Let Everything Stay The Same, But Keep It From Falling Apart"

The restoration of the Ruined Wing of the Schusev Museum of Architecture
04.26.2017

“For everyone” means “for no one”

Elena Zelentsova on the prejudices against cultural centres
04.21.2017

The carved heart of the woods

In any good fairytale, help magically arrives at the very moment that it’s most needed
04.20.2017

No Man’s Land: The Arctic as Seen by a Laser Scanner

Futurologist Liam Young and students of The New Normal program took a trip to Murmansk Oblast to speculate on the fate of Russia’s Far North against the backdrop of melting icecaps and the advance of global warming.
04.19.2017

Modernist Almaty

An architectural guide to 12 Soviet buildings in the southern capital of Kazakhstan
04.17.2017

Soon-to-be on the UNESCO list: Gorokhovets – a 17-th century monotown

How it turned out that the center of Gorokhovets in 2017 looks exactly like it did in the time of Peter the Great
04.14.2017

Exploring the city of the “Ghost in the Shell”

The architecture of a futuristic megalopolis as seen in the new blockbuster
04.13.2017

The design of scarcity

The logic of growth had been defining XX century. Now the course’s changed so the scarcity is set to define the logic of XXI century
04.05.2017

​Tom Sawyer à-la Russe: How Many Adults Does It Take to Paint a House

The story of Russia’s most successful citizens’ initiative