Архитектурное наследство

Scholarly journal, founded in 1951

Subscription Code 80728 at Rospechat' Catalogue

ISSN 0320-0841

New materials regarding research in the fields of architecture and urban construction are being presented. The authors also focus on the history of the creation of little-known buildings of interest, on the development of local architectural traditions, on new attributions, and introduce recently discovered archive materials. A number of papers are dedicated to the issues of architectural and urban planning development of historical towns and cities or study the formation of architectural ensembles. The edition also includes papers that are devoted to theoretical historical-architectural problems, to biographies of architects, or analyze artistic approaches and concepts.

Issue 67

I. A. Bondarenko. Astral Symbolism of the Hut on Chicken Legs

L. A. Abolina, R. Yu. Fedorov. Folk Architecture and Planning of Homesteads of the Russian Old Believers in the Kabansk Region in the Republic of Buryatia

A. G. Noskova, I. V. Yurina. The Shemenichi Pogost and the Architecture of the Wooden Churches of the River Svir Lands in the 16th–17th Centuries

D. A. Petrov. Composition and Decoration of the Bell Tower in Kolomenskoye (St. George’s Church)

A. M. Salimov. Some Aspects of Construction Works in Tver in the 1620s–1630s

L. D. Mazur. Urban Planning Evolution of Gorokhovets in the 17th Century

N. A. Merzliutina. Church of Our Lady Hodegetria in the Village Palets in Nizhny Novgorod Region. Some Observations Regarding the Spreading of Two-Pillar Type Churches in the Volga Region in the Last Quarter of the 17th Century

M. V. Nikolaeva, S. V. Sirotkin. Geographic Drawing of Nizhny Novgorod and its Suburbs of 1750

T. L. Nikitina. Murals of the Epiphany (St. Nicholas’) Church in Nerekhta and the Late Yaroslavl Wall Painting Tradition

I. G. Basova. Field Marshal S. F. Apraksin’s Unknown Moscow Estate of the Baroque Epoch

G. G. Nugmanova. Regular Town Plans Connected with the Reconstructing of the Russian Province, First Half of the 19th Century: «Immediately Start Re-Planning»

R. M. Dayanov, A. M. Zalmanzon. The Western Pavilion of the Kamennoostrovky Orangery — Forgotten Work by Luigi Rusca

V. V. Zherdev. Church of St. Alexander Nevski in Copenhagen: Stylistic Features and Architectural Environment

E. G. Mokrousova. Participation of Moscow Architects in the Kiev Architectural Contests in the Late 19th — Early 20th Century

O. S. Shurygina. New Facts about I. V. Zholtovski (in Memory of the Architect’s 150th Anniversary)

B. M. Kirikov. Architectural landmark of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Neoclassicism. Unusual Story of a Building with a Cour d’Honneur

A. I. Dolgova. Certain Features of the Facades and Interiors of St. Petersburg Northern Art Nouveau Mansions (Mid-1900s)

I. E. Pechenkin. Building of the Commercial Institute in Moscow. Russian Neoclassicism of the Early 20th Century

Yu. L. Kosenkova. Georgian Towns in the 1920s–1930s. Some Observations Regarding the Local Trends in Soviet Urban Planning

Yu. D. Starostenko. The Main Features of the General Plan of Reconstruction of Moscow of 1935 on the Basis of Materials from the L. M. Kaganovich Fund (RGASPI)

A. V. Kolmakov. Soviet Architecture of the 1940s. Town Polunochnoye of the Ivdel’ District of the Sverdlovsk Region