Open call for young people aiming to improve Eastern European cities

Young people who are looking to improve Eastern European cities through urbanization and mastering their skills in advocacy and project management are encouraged to apply for the Cooperation and Development Network of Eastern Europe's 'Training for Trainers' event.

​Largest meeting for sustainable cities: Urban Future Global Conference kicks off in Vienna

Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities which gathers innovative decision makers has started in Vienna.

​Entries open for 2018 ‘Oscars of architecture’

The prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) has launched its annual global awards program to choose the best building of 2018.

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.

​Strelka design think-tank continues to map the 'new normal' reality

Meet the new cohort of Strelka Institute researchers untangling The New Normal.

​How to improve food systems in developing countries

Advanced Urban Design students' proposals for improving food security in Johannesburg's troubled Hillbrow neighborhood will be presented to the city's mayor.

​Rem Koolhaas returns to Lille to build new courthouse

The Dutch architectural firm OMA, led by renowned architect Rem Koolhaas, has won the competition to build a new courthouse in Lille, France.

​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.'

Goodbye privacy? Facial recognition glasses tell Chinese cops everything they need to know about a person

​It's often referred to as a surveillance state, but things just got even more intense in China.

​Moscow’s Zaryadye Park shortlisted for ArchDaily’s "Building of the Year" award

Zaryadye Park has been nominated in the ‘Public Architecture’ category.

Young artists broaden Western perspective on post-Soviet art

A group of young Russian-speaking artists intervened in Amsterdam’s public spaces, changing the perception of Russia through contemporary art.

​The future of Russian housing: 20 design finalists announced

An international jury has shortlisted 20 best designs in the competition for new standardized housing in Russia.
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