"Oil Rocks" is a Soviet-era Atlantis, built from 300 kilometres of rusting bridges.
Ahead of the release of his latest directorial feature, we talked to Armando Iannucci about Harvey Weinstein, Brexit, and Stalin.
Ivan Chistyakov was living a modern life in the city, working as an engineer and checking out plays and movies. Then he got shipped off to Siberia.
The British cultural icon talks about his new documentary 'Ben Building,' which looks at the architecture of fascist Italy.
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
We interviewed Owen Hatherley, author of a book about what happens to architecture when you get rid of capitalists and real estate agents.
How Soviet hipsters invented the first flexi discs...and were sent to the gulag for doing so.
Since the Tatars returned to Crimea during the fall of the Soviet Union, they've lived relatively peaceful lives under Ukrainian rule, but since Russia annexed Crimea, the community has worried that history may repeat itself.
Ideas the local council has come up with in order to boost the town's profile have included a proposal to use the area for nuclear tests and restoring the gulag into a leisure park.
Once a thriving agricultural center, Karakalpakstan is now one of the sickest places on Earth.