№№4(60)
December 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № №4(60) December 2017

Theory of architecture


Mashchenko Elizaveta A.

PhD student, Subdepartment of Architecture of Public Buildings.
Research supervisor: Professor S.G. Pisarskaya, PhD. (Architecture),
Moscow Architectural Institute,
Moscow, Russia, e-mail: e.mashchenko@markhi.ru

TYPOLOGY AND BASIC TECHNIQUES OF HISTORIC DELUXE HOTEL RECONSTRUCTION


The article considers the historic features of deluxe hotels and identifies basic criteria for relating a hotel to the deluxe class. Application of the comparative historical method to the functional patterns of public spaces in modern hotels and early 20th century hotels has revealed a need to increase public space area on a per room basis. Extensive and intensive reconstruction techniques are expounded.

Key words: typology of reconstruction techniques, historical hotels, deluxe hotels, public spaces



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