A Photographer Sees Pomp in Russia's Post-Soviet Architecture


Frank Herfort traveled all over Russia for one reason: to find and document the bizarre architecture of the post-Soviet era. These massive structures, often decked out in flashy materials and questionable color schemes, have cropped up in the region's growing cities, from Moscow to Vladivostok to Blagoveshchensk on the Chinese border.  “And everywhere in between,” says Herfort. Article continues at metropolismag.com