№2(62)
June 2018
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

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

History of architecture


Gildina Tatiana A.

Senior Lecturer, Subdepartment of Art Education and Decorative Art,
Fine Arts Department
A. Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.
Saint-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: felmantanya@gmail.com

APPLICATION OF THE MAPPING AND DISTRIBUTION METHOD USING AS AN EXAMPLE THE CHURCH ARCHITECTURE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN DISTRICTS OF VYATKA PROVINCE IN THE LATE 18th–EARLY 20TH CENTURY


The article describes the use of the mapping and distribution method in relation to the late 18th– early 20th century church architecture in Sarapul, Glazov, Elabuga and Malmyzh districts of Vyatka Province for establishing the regional features of the local building practices. It describes an experience in the introduction of the church architecture mapping and distribution method for identifying the distribution and regional grouping of different building types.

Key words: mapping method, church architecture, type, method of architectural analysis



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