№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 31 September 2010

History of architecture


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

TYPOLOGY OF MASS-BUILT HOUSING IN RELATION TO HOSUING DEVELOPMENTS OF THE 1920s-1930s


The article continues the theme of historical reconstruction of the Soviet town-planning policy in the first Five-Year Plan periods, highlights the role of architects in the development of environments in new-style housing developments (Sotsgorod) buildings in the context of the thematic range (Konysheva E.V., Meerovich M. G. «The Left Bank, The Right Bank»: Ernest May and open issues in the history of Soviet architecture with reference to the design of Magnitogorsk). It presents a typology of mass dwelling in Sotsgorods and considers the town-planning and housing policy of the Soviets, and characterizes commonalities in the realisation of urban master plans during the initial stage of Industrialisation. The article is based on analysis of a wide range of archival materials and other primary sources.

Key words: Sotsgorod, industrialisation, dwelling, barrack, dugout, municipal settlement, housing policy, USSR town-planning policy


Russian text of this article

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