№58
June 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 30 June 2010

History of architecture


 Kolmakov Anton V.

‘Kandidat’ degree student, Chair of History of Art and Restoration. Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts Research supervisor: Alexander V.Dolgov, C.Sc. (Architecture), Professor, Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts Ekaterinburg, Russia

THE KARELIAN PERIOD IN THE CREATIVE WORK OF N.A. VSEVOLZHSKY


The article reviews works by the architect N.A.Vsevolozhsky over the years of his employment at the design department of the Belomoro-Baltic Canal of NKVD (1934-1941), which had an influence on the formation of his style. The article covers the period of development of Canal’s adjoining territories following its completion. The author considers the development of the town of Medvezhyegorsk, administrative and industrial centre of the Belomoro-Baltic labour camp and works, and briefly describes the main buildings for which the participation of N.A.Vsevolozhsky, directly or indirectly, was documented.

Key words: The Belomoro-Baltic Canal, N.A.Vsevolozhsky (architect), Medvezhyegorsk (town), 1930s Soviet architecture.


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