Alex Garkavenko in Architizer points out a few Russian sculptures by architects.
Temple in Antis by Lesosplaw, Zaoksky
Made as part of the GORODA architecture festival in 2012, this humble pavilion transforms a Soviet livestock farm into an active cultural space. The use of straw as a construction material is as much of an ecological move as it is a symbol of the immediate context.
A R C by Bernaskoni, Dzerjinskiy
Designed for the Archstoyanie festival—which explores the connection between the humanities and nature—this angular, black structure is nestled in the middle of a national park. The installation includes a spiral staircase that leads to a rotating artist’s studio, offering a serene space to work and contemplate the forest.