First broadcast June 2006
It is projected that in the next 50 years two thirds of humanity will live in cities
Architecture critic Deyan Sudjic presents a four part series which looks at cutting edge solutions for transport and housing as well as ways of making cities cleaner and more liveable.
Part Two: Moscow
The second part of this series looks at what happens to a city after the collapse of a political regime.
Russia's capital is being transformed from grey Sovietism to a modern metropolis - but critics believe Moscow's architectural heritage and avant garde masterpieces of the 1920s and 30s are being lost.
Moscow is trying to turn itself into a world player. But will skyscrapers, fancy apartments and shopping malls be enough?
What must be preserved from the past to succeed in the future?
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