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The architecture of a futuristic megalopolis as seen in the new blockbuster
Tom Sawyer à-la Russe: How Many Adults Does It Take to Paint a House
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Intern of the month: “Many people work for free in Rome”
Alexandra Budaeva, an architect at Meganom, undertook two internships in Rome. She talked about why Italians, unlike Russians, are willing to miss every deadline, but still thoroughly design a good-quality project.
The epic struggle on the Internet of Things
The first thing to understand about the “Internet of Things” is that it’s not about Things on the Internet.
Casey Reas on coding: you need to be able to read and write
Let’s think of programming languages as materials in the same way that we think of physical materials that we can form into something to be experienced
Memes, design and politics
On how graphic design can serve to social issues
5 Architecture Books of 2017 From MIT Press
Las Vegas as the American Dream, the New Brutalism, the greatest non-building architect, and much more
The Charm of Illegal Art: the History of Russian Graffiti
The timeline of the history of Russian graffiti from New-York heritage to patriotic discourses
Geometry of Now: How an experimental sound art festival allowed Moscow to re-discover an iconic industrial building
Mark Fell, the curator of the festival, art critic Irina Kulik, experimental electronic musician Sergey Kasich and commissioner of Ural Industrial Biennial Alisa Prudnikova shared their impressions about the festival.
Eyal Weizman: Forensic Architecture
How to investigate human rights abuses, military conflicts and destruction through the unique lens of architecture.
Sloboda 1.0: what life was like in the Tatar slobodas one and a half centuries ago
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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?