№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 42 June 2013

History of architecture


Khitsenko Evgeny V.

PhD. (Architecture), Associate Professor.
Novosibirsk State Academy of Architecture and Arts,
Novosibirsk, Russia, e-mail: hic_evg@mail.ru

THE TYPOLOGICAL FEATURES OF RESIDENTIAL HOUSING CONSTRUCTION IN WESTERN SIBERIAN CITIES DURING THE WAR YEARS


The article considers housing construction in Western Siberia during the first half of the 1940s. Based on comprehensive analysis of archival materials, documentary sources, design developments, periodicals and field survey data, the author identifies the typology, spatial planning, structural and stylistic solutions. Per capita housing standards during the war are presented. The main urban planning problems of the region towards the end of the war are identified. The study elucidates the character and reasons behind the emergence of this typology and its influence on the plans of Western Siberian cities during the wartime.

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Key words: housing construction, architecture, residential buildings, Soviet architecture, residential architecture wartime


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