Revolution and the Social Condenser: How Soviet architects sought a radical new society
What happened to the most powerful architectural concept produced in response to the Russian Revolution and how Rem Koolhaas appropriated it from the Soviet Union.
Zaryadye Park’s ‘wild urbanism’ stirs Moscow’s historic heart
Despite criticism that it is still unfinished, the state-of-the-art Zaryadye Park, which opened a week ago, has become the highlight of the Russian capital.
Strelka Week in St. Petersburg: How to improve public spaces & tap into the city’s creative potential
An extension of Strelka’s public summer program comes to Russia’s Northern Capital starting September 30.
Sotheby’s: Online sales & technology transforming the auction house concept
A senior vice president at Sotheby's on the changing market for contemporary art.
Preventing the ‘over-success’ of the High Line
Is the High Line park spurring too much development, pricing out the locals, and increasing density? The co-founder of Friends of the High Line explains how the famous park makes sure it remains a public space for all New Yorkers.
The History of Moscow in GIFs
Here’s to 870 years of the Russian capital.
David Rudnick: The ultra-reality of graphic design
The graphic designer behind Nicolas Jaar’s album art shares his views on the future of his profession and explains why it is time to shift responsibility to the audience, not the clients.