Ural State University of Architecture and Art

ISSN 1990-4126

Authors

Donchuk
Tatyana
V.

Chief Project Architect, ООО «Kapitel», Doctoral student
Tomsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering,

Russia, Tomsk, e-mail: kapitel-nsk@mail.ru

PUBLICATIONS

Donchuk Tatyana V.
CONTINUITY OF IDEAS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR PARIS AND BARCELONA

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №1 (65) March, 2019

The article is a continuation of the series of publications devoted to the continuity and loyalty of the French architect Le Corbusier to the ideas of «modernisme». The study outlines the problems of the cities in the late 19th – early 20th century and presents city planning concepts developed by G. E. Haussmann (France), I. Cerdà (Catalonia), and Le Corbusier (France). The architectural and historical reasons, factors and events that influenced the development of reconstruction plans for Paris and Barcelona in different periods are shown. The study considers the following renovation plans:Haussmann’s “Star” for Paris ,Cerdà’s»Eixample» for Barcelona, and Le Corbusier’s «New Barcelona» (Raval) and «Voisin» for Paris.The principles underlying these planning projects are identified. It is arguedthatCerdà was G.E. Haussmann’s follower, and the French urbanist Le Corbusier wasa successor and follower of I.Cerdà, one of the founders of «modernisme». Previously, no theory was put forward in Russian history of architecture and art dealing with the theme of continuity in Western European city planning in the late 19th –mid-20th century.

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Donchuk, T. V. CONTINUITY OF IDEAS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR PARIS AND BARCELONA//Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2019. – №1(65). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2019_1/10 

Polyakov Evgeny N., Donchuk Tatyana V.
BIONIC ASPECTS IN THE CREATIVITY OF SANTIAGO CALATRAVA

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №1 (57) March, 2017

The article is devoted to the «bionic» aspects in the works of the well-known Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava (born in 1951) and his design consultancy «Santiago Calatrava’s Design». Analysis involves some of his realised projects, such the airport buildings in Bilbao (Spain), the railway station in Lisbon (Portugal), residential tower in Malmo (Sweden), the Olympic sports complex in Athens (Greece), Milwaukee Art Museum (USA), City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia (Spain). The main emphasis is made on most striking natural "imitations" reproduced in master plans, in architectural compositions and engineering solutions of all these buildings. An attempt is made to identify the historical roots of S.Calatrava’s creative style and his place in the classification of modern architectural styles.

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Polyakov E.N., Donchuk T.V. BIONIC ASPECTS IN THE CREATIVITY OF SANTIAGO CALATRAVA [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2017. – №1(57). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2017_1/3