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Instigated by an unequal and divided populace, St Petersburg was pivotal in a succession of momentous revolutionary upheavals
Nowadays’ architecture deconstructs that idea of ‘Moscowness’ and unravels the complexities of this city of contradiction
The renovation of Moscow’s Izvestia building by Ginzburg Architects retains the spirit and essence of the Constructivist paragon, writes Natalia Melikova
From Moscow to London, promises about new homes are disguising cynical expropriation
Reflecting on historical interactions between architecture, culture and politics, Jeremy Melvin asks whether architecture can ever be revolutionary