№58
June 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 51 September 2015

History of architecture


Zalesov Valery G.

PhD. (Architecture), Associate Professor, member of the Russian Union of Architects.
Tomsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering.
Tomsk, Russia, e-mail: vzal@tsuab.ru

THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE EARLY 20th CENTURY MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITAL IN TOMSK


The article considers the architecture and plan of the mental health hospital in Tomsk, its design and construction history and chronology. This complex is compared with similar structures of imperial Russia dating to the late 19th – early 20th century, in particular with a similar mental health hospital in Vinnitsa. The contributions of various architects, including local ones, into this project are defined. The study is the first of its kind to comprehensively examine the architecture and plan of a major late 19th – early 20th century Siberian medical complex of buildings. The study involved classification and analysis of pre-revolutionary and modern-day sources – written, graphic, archival and textual, as well as the results of field studies.

Key words: architecture of Tomsk, architects of Siberia, hospital complexes



References

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