After 1936, the journal provided an important review of contemporary Soviet architectural practice, including reviews of work by individual architects, historical analyses of developments in Soviet architecture, official proclamations affecting the practice of architecture, and continuing theoretical and ideological discussions of the goals and directions of Soviet architecture.
The journal covered seminal events such as the opening of the Moscow Metro and major exhibitions such as Paris-1937; the 1939 New York World's Fair; and the 1939-1940 All Union Agricultural Exhibition in Moscow.
Source: Senkevitch, Jr., Anatole.
Soviet Architecture 1917-1962. A Bibliographical Guide to Source Material. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1974, page 16.