Katie McElvanney traces the rise and fall of Ernö Goldfinger’s socialist utopian designs and looks at how the function of these landmark buildings has changed from mass housing to housing for the privileged few.
Susanne Fehlings explores the almost forgotten constructivist heritage of Yerevan’s former working class district.
Architecture became a matter of pressing importance in Skopje after the city’s liberation in 1944. The immediate post-war period would witness a huge boom in residential and industrial construction; governmental bureaus were formed to oversee the city’s development and the first generation of ‘Macedonian’ architects emerged.
Kiev beyond Maidan: Nadya and Alexander Khvan write about how the scarcity of parking spaces in their newly built microdistrict creates community – and a lot of tension.