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The First National Architectural Competition is announced started in Russia
On the 7th of March, the First National Architectural Competition aimed at the improvement of social spaces in 15 Russian cities
Sloboda 1.0: what life was like in the Tatar slobodas one and a half centuries ago
Are you allowed to eat soap, wear skinny pants, and get on adults’ nerves?
Pritzker 2017: The Three Spaniards
Why did a group of unknown architects just win the Pritzker prize, and could this indicate a new trend in the world of architecture?
Cybersecurity: A Car Breaks and the Internet Goes Down
Where to look for hundreds of kilometres of cables underground and how to protect Moscow from cyberattacks.
Intern of the Month: In the American Architectural Industry, Hierarchy Matters
Alina Plyusnina, а Rice University student, told Strelka Magazine how it felt to be the only woman at an architectural practice and how much experience a graduate has to gain to be called an architect.
A selfie by the factory: what do a million photographs from monotowns say?
Researchers collected 1.1 million photographs from social networks to figure out how to improve Russian monotowns.
International Experience: The Housing Dilemma — From Vienna to Singapore
How do different countries tackle the issue of providing affordable quality housing, and is their experience applicable to Russia?
The New Normal and How We’re All Creating It
The latest generation of Strelkavites talk about how yesterday’s future is silently becoming today’s reality.
The soviet church and the flying saucer — a guide to Samara modernism
The architectural reviewer Armen Arutyunov on ten significant modernist buildings in Kuybyshev from the 1950s-1980s, their significance and problems of preservation.
The Greater Ring of the Moscow Railway: The secret life of a forgotten suburban line
Strelka Magazine travelled to suburban Moscow to find out how the Greater Ring of the Moscow Railway operates.
The Most Notorious Barracks
Mikhail Krug, «Paris» and communal hell of pre-revolutionary architectural monument in Tver.
A total theatre — a theatre without architecture
An interview with Vladimir Somov, the Russian modernist architect, who built «The Novgorod Spaceship».