June 2018


«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 53 March 2016

History of architecture

Bazilevich Mikhail E.

PhD. student, Senior Lecturer, Subdepartment of Architecture and Urbanistics.
Research supervisor: Professor N.P. Kradin, Doctor of Architecture.
Pacific National University.
Khabarovsk, Russia, e-mail: mikhailbazilevich@gmail.com


The study is devoted to the creativity of the outstanding Far-Eastern architect and public figure Vladimir G. Mooro, graduate of the Nikolayevskaya Engineering Academy, who made a significant contribution to the regional architecture in the late 19th– early 20th century. The architect’s creative biography is presented and his projects of buildings and structures realized in Khabarovsk and Vladivostok are reviewed.

Key words: military engineer, architecture of Khabarovsk, architecture of Vladivostok, Vladimir Grigoryevich Mooro (military engineer)


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Russian text of this article

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