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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ONLINE JOURNAL
ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

2(51) 2020


Article ST. CATHERINE'S CATHEDRAL IN YEKATERINBURG AS A REFLECTION OF THE SPIRITUAL PROBLEMS
OF THE MODERN METROPOLIS
Authors

N. Petrov-Spiridonov
Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), Moscow, Russia

AbstractThe connection between the theoretical premises of modern Orthodox temple architecture and the range of typical design tasks in the design of large temple complexes in the metropolis is considered. Some aspects of the characteristic interrelations of cultural-historical and spiritual aspects of society life, on the one hand, and the specifics of applied design techniques for the studied category of objects, on the other hand, are revealed. The significance of a detailed cultural and historical analysis of the design environment is shown.
Keywords: Orthodox temple architecture, Russian Orthodox Church, the beginning of the XXI century, temple complexes, Yekaterinburg
article Article (RUS)
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For citation

Petrov-Spiridonov N. St. Catherine's Cathedral in Yekaterinburg as a Reflection of the Spiritual Problems of the Modern Metropolis. Architecture and Modern Information Technologies, 2020, no. 2(51), pp. 4356. Available at: https://marhi.ru/AMIT/2020/2kvart20/PDF/03_petrov.pdf
DOI:
10.24411/1998-4839-2020-15103