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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.
Strelka opens applications for 2018 postgrad program
Led by Benjamin Bratton, students of the second year of The New Normal program will continue research into topics of critical significance to the future of urban design.
10 design studios to follow on Instagram
Social media account as a design solution.
The Great Factory Civilization of the East European Plain
Promoting the industrial ruins of the ‘Russian Manchester.’
A 3-Hour Commute: A close look at Moscow the Megapolis
How many people actually live in Moscow, and where does it stand compared with Seoul, New York, and Shanghai?
On wheels: How to turn a minivan into an urban data scanner
An edgy way to survey a city.
The metropolitan area: How to regain control over a growing city
The founder of Metro Lab initiative, a course based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Director of the Cities Program at CIPPEC, an Argentina-based think tank, explains what kind of city managers our growing metropolitan areas need.
A clash of bricks, blocks & panels: The timeline of Soviet mass housing construction
The experiments in mass housing construction that preceded the iconic ‘Khrushchevka’ panel apartment blocks.
The Digital August 2017 Program: A detailed look
What you can learn from a product designer at Google, an expert from Twitter’s Trust and Safety department, a UX designer at Red Antler, and the developer of the popular game Dots.
Raising the bar: Top architecture firms to renovate Moscow’s major public spaces
Big-name firms, such as Snøhetta, West 8, and OKRA, have come to Moscow to give a new look to some of the city’s most busy and complicated squares and intersections.
The New Normal: Future urbanism as visualized by Strelka graduates
Digital afterlife, Arctic currency, society ruled by AI: Seven projects presented at the New Normal showcase.