March 2018


«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 52 December 2015

History of architecture

Sabrekova Olga A.

PhD student, Department of Industrial and Civil Construction.
Research supervisor: Associate Professor N.N. Dmitriyeva, PhD. (Architecture).
M.Kalashnikov State Technical University,
Izhevsk, Udmurt Republic, e-mail: o.sabrekova@mail.ru


The article presents the results of analysis and systematization of Udmurt cities’ regular plans of the late 18th – early 19th century, including Sarapul, Glazov, Votkinsk, and Izhevsk. Archival materials have allowed the history of the first regular plans to be checked and their originality and typological features to be identified. The author describes basic preconditions and factors that influence the emergence of these cities and considers phases in their evolution of the plans and introduction of regular plans.

Key words: history of Vyatka province, cities of Udmurtiya, regular plan, planning structure, compositional centre


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