№58
June 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 46 June 2014

History of architecture


Lemytskaya Darya Ye.

PhD student,
Research supervisor: Professor A.V.Slabukha PhD (Architecture),
Institute of Architecture and Design Siberian Federal University,
Krasnoyarsk, Russia

A SEARCH FOR A NATIONAL AND REGIONAL IDENTITY IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF KHAKASSIA (TOWARDS A STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM)


The article considers stages in the emergence and evolution of the national and regional themes in the architecture using as an example the Republic of Khakassia, one of the national autonomies in Eastern Siberia. The author has identified and analysed periods in the formation and development of its architecture in the context of the country’s history of architecture and discusses methods and manifestations of the national and regional themes in the architecture of Khakassia.

Key words: architecture of Khakassia, regional specificity in architecture, national identity, synthesis of arts



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