Strelka Institute and ArchDaily Partner to Share Critical Commentary on Russian Urbanism

We are pleased to announce a new content partnership between ArchDaily and Moscow's Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design in which we will share a collection of critical essays, interviews and articles on urban events, studies in urbanism, and urban technologies which are currently taking place in Russia. ArchDaily's Editors will be working closely with those of Strelka Magazine, which was launched in 2014, to translate and publish ideas and opinions from their expert team of local writers.

Sonia Elterman, Strelka Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, has said: "There is a growing interest in Russian cities and their architectural and urban development, and we write about the latest trends, technologies and projects emerging in Russia."

The Institute’s educational programme is conducted in English, alongside its first joint postgraduate MA programme Advanced Urban Design developed in partnership with the Graduate School of Urbanism at the National Research University Higher School of Economics. International experts regularly give lectures at the institute’s open yard in Moscow, and Strelka Magazine’s content is available both in Russian and in English.

About the Strelka Institute

Strelka was founded in 2009 to change the cultural and physical landscapes of Russian cities. The Institute promotes positive changes and creates new ideas and values through its educational activities, and provides brand new learning opportunities, while the city remains at the centre of the Institute’s research programme. The Institute was included in the list of 100 best institutions for architecture according to Domus.

You can read more about the Strelka Institute on ArchDaily.

Strelka Institute for Architecture, Media and Design (Moscow). Image © Olga Ivanova

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Cite: AD Editorial Team. "Strelka Institute and ArchDaily Partner to Share Critical Commentary on Russian Urbanism" 04 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884


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