Arguably, the most radical realisation of a floating city is Georgii Krutikov’s City of the Future project from 1928. In the first of two post about Krutikov, we well examine the City
Earlier this year, Floating Worlds and Future Cities [http://russianamericanculture.com/events/exhibitions/floating-worlds-and-future-cities-the-genius-of-lazar-khidekel-suprematism-and-the-russian-avant-garde/] , an exhibition and symposium in New York, brought into focus the largely forgotten figure of Lazar Khidekel [http://www.
Baikonour is dying. > "Kosmograd was a dream, Colonel. A dream that failed. Like space. We have no need to be here. We have an entire world to put in order."
> "How do I get to Broadway? ...I want to get to the center of things" "Walk east a block and turn down Broadway and you'll find the
> "In the bottomless night, glowing brightly out there, Is Mars, my native red star. But the pull of the Earth is heavy to bear And its atmosphere weighs on my heart.