№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

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

History of architecture


Konysheva Evgeniya V.

PhD (Art Studies), Associate Professor,
Chair of Art and Culture Studies,
Southern Urals State University,
Chelyabinsk, Russia, e-mail: e_kon@mail.ru

Meerovich Mark G.

DSc (History), DSc (Architecture),
Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering,
Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Architecture.
Irkutsk State Technical University,
Irkutsk, Russia, e-mail: memark@inbox.ru

ERNST MAY AND OPEN QUESTIONS IN THE HISTORY OF SOVIET ARCHITECTURE (With Reference to the City of Magnitogorsk)


Using the design and construction of Magnitogorsk as an example, the authors consider common trends in masterplan development and the specific features of Soviet town-planning during the initial stage of industrialization. The issues are considered through the prism of activity of foreign architects in the USSR. The article is based on a review of a broad range of archival materials.

Key words: ‘Socialist Towns’, masterplans, foreign architects in the USSR, industrialization, dwelling


Russian text of this article

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