№58
June 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 44 December 2013

History of architecture


Asmankina Valentina A.

PhD student.
Research supervisor: Professor M.G. Meyerovich, DSc. (History).
Irkutsk State Technical University,
Irkutsk, Russia, e-mail: v.asmankina@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

CLASSICISM IN 19th CENTURY WOODEN CIVIL ARCHITECTURE OF IRKUTSK (TRIGLYPHS, BRACKETS). Part II


The article considers two most typical forms of classicist decor realized in wood: triglyphs and brackets. The study is the first of its kind to systematize triglyphs and brackets by a number of key features: a) proportions – the external form/profile, b) decorative design, c) location on the facade. They are brought into classification groups, each of which is given a brief characteristic. The research procedure is based on comprehensive collection, examination and analysis of pre-revolutionary and modern-day sources: written and graphic archival materials, texts, and results of field surveys with photofixation and graphic analysis.

Key words: classicism, 19th century wooden architecture of Irkutsk, triglyphs, brackets



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