Anya Filippova

Anya Filippova is a Moscow-based design writer who specialises in graphic design, typography, illustration, interior and architecture. In the past seven years she has published two books and written articles for [kAk) magazine, Theory&Practice, Afisha and Bang!Bang!. She believes that good design really matters.

Artistic exercise: sport and art in the Soviet Union

Artistic exercise: sport and art in the Soviet Union

Hello tomorrow: meet the Russian product designer bringing the future closer

Hello tomorrow: meet the Russian product designer bringing the future closer

High ambitions: ten striking starchitect designs in the new east

High ambitions: ten striking starchitect designs in the new east

Life’s a birch: the best of contemporary wooden architecture in Russia and Ukraine

Life’s a birch: the best of contemporary wooden architecture in Russia and Ukraine

Remaking history: how Kaliningrad’s new centre will look both forward and back

Remaking history: how Kaliningrad’s new centre will look both forward and back

Grand designs: can a Stalinist propaganda park become an appealing public space?

Grand designs: can a Stalinist propaganda park become an appealing public space?

Smart design: reimagining the traditional Russian hut

Smart design: reimagining the traditional Russian hut

Root and branch: Russia’s woodworking revolution

Root and branch: Russia’s woodworking revolution

In the making: how Dima Barbanel is changing the face of Russian graphic design

In the making: how Dima Barbanel is changing the face of Russian graphic design