In 1914, chocolate candy company Red October (then called Einem Group) issued postcards called “Future Moscow.” Here’s how they imagined Moscow in the year 2114.
This video by Russian space agency ROSCOSMOS shows what it would look like if celestial nebulas and stars were closer to Moscow, and bigger in our skies.
The Schusev State Architecture Museum did a visual campaign that imagines underground extensions of Moscow landmarks, iceberg style. It’s haunting and eerie in its beauty.
The mayor of the capital imagines the metro of the future to look something like this:
Next, Alexei Sobolevsky’s project “Moscow’s Metro Lines Come to Life” reimagines the metro lines as female forms.
Slavorum posted 1931 photos of Moscow that had been colorized, creating a lively contrast between people and places of the past and modern Moscow in our mind’s eye.
Finally, this architecture website features Moscow’s skyscraper district, Moscow City, and plans for its future.