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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL ASPECTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND DESIGNING WITH THE USAGE OF VIDEO AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES

3(28) 2014

ARTICLE NUMBER AUTHOR ABSTRACT AND ARTICLE
28/14-01 A. Kudriasheva JORDAN. HERITAGE OF CLASSIC ORDER IN ROCK FACADES OF PETRA
28/14-02 M. MyagkovTHE CLIMATIC BACKGROUND OF ANCIENT EGYPTIAN AND SUMERIAN TOWN-PLANNING
28/14-03 T. Vavilova RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ARCHITECTURAL AND TYPOLOGICAL DIVERSITY OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SOCIAL WELFARE AND PROTECTION
28/14-04 Jawdat Goussous SCENARIO-BASED DESIGN PARADIGM IN EVADING UNCERTAINTY IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
28/14-05 Saqer Mustafa Sqour
Ali Abu Ghanimeh
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT IN JORDAN
28/14-06 N. Larina RAILWAY AREA - PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF MOSCOW
28/14-07 E. Prokhorskaya THE CHARACTERS OF SETTLING AT ARCHITECTURAL SPATIAL STRUCTURE SOUTH-EAST PART OF MOSCOW REGION


POST-GRADUATE STUDENTSHIP AND MAGISTRACY
28/14-08 O. Leksina RULED SURFACES AS A STRUCTURAL, FUNCTIONAL AND ARTISTIC INSTRUMENT OF GAUDI’S ARCHITECTURE
28/14-09 A. Shamray OUT-OF-TOWN REHAB CENTER FOR CHILDREN
28/14-10 D. Danilov REGULARITIES OF DEVELOPMENT AND SHIFT OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES
28/14-11 L. Voropaev DESIGN OF PARKINGS IN HOUSING ESTATES (THE HISTORICAL REVIEW)
28/14-12 L. Titova FROM THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHEOLOGY TO THE INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
28/14-13 I. Loginov
O. Bantserova
QUESTIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL SPACE ORGANISATION OF BUILDINGS AND BUILDING COMPLEXES RESEARCH INSTITUTE
28/14-14 L. Shirokova PUBLIC SPACES OF VOLOGDA TOWN AS AN OBGECT OF SOCIAL AND SPATIAL RESEARCH
28/14-15 S. Kysil MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK DESIGN TRENDS FOR LARGE CITIES
28/14-16 O. Homon FEATURES OF SPACE-PLANNING DECISIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX "KINDERGARTEN - ELEMENTARY SCHOOL"
28/14-17 E. Kornyeva URBAN FACTORS JUSTIFY THE RECONSTRUCTION OF OBJECTS