№2(62)
June 2018
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 2(62) June 2018

History of architecture


Tolkacheva, Albina A.

Senior Lecturer,
Department of Architectural Environment and Interior Design,
School of Engineering, Far Eastern Federal University,
Vladivostok, Russia, E-mail: 10fish@mail.ru

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CIVIL ENGINEER VLADIMIR ALEKSANDROVICH FEDOROV


The article is devoted to the professional activities of the civil engineer Vladimir Aleksandrovich Fedorov, graduate of Nicholas I Institute of Civil Engineers (IGI). The publication is largely based on archival records of the RGIA DV (the Russian State Historical Archive of the Far East) and TsGIA SPb (the Central State Historical Archive of St.-Petersburg). The research novelty of this material consists in the discovery of previously unknown facts in the biography and architectural activities of A.Fedorov in St.-Petersburg, Vladivostok and other cities. Information is presented on the buildings and structures designed and constructed by this engineer in the early 20th century, such as the Havana Town in St.-Petersburg and the Japanese consulate in Vladivostok.

Key words: Havana Town, V.A.Fedorov, Japanese consulate



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