№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 43 September 2013

History of architecture


Zykin Ivan V.

PhD student,
Chair of Teaching History, Theory and Methods.
Research supervisor: Professor V.M. Kirillov.
Nizhny-Tagil State Social Pedagogy Academy,
Nizhny Tagil, Russia, e-mail: zivverh@mail.ru

SPECIFIC FEATURES RELATING TO THE SITING, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIAL SETTLEMENTS NEAR THE ENTERPRISES OF THE TIMBER INDUSTRY IN THE URAL REGION


The subject-matter of this article is the architectural and planning features of the special settlements in the timber industry of the Ural region that arose during the period of socialist modernization in the late 1920s –1930s around the enterprises of the industry. Those settlements played an important role in the development of the region’s settlement network. A review of the siting, planning and development of the remaining special settlements reveals an attempt to find an "optimal" solution to the housing problem in the area being developed in the context of scarce resources for social needs. The special settlements had a number of characteristic features which later provided a basis for the development of workers’ settlements.

Key words: special settlement, timber industry, industrial settlement



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