Review article

The leningrad neoclassicism of the 1930-1940-sas an outstanding contribution to creation of architecture including both novelty, and continuity

UDC: 

72.01

Pages: 

13-15

Annotation: 

The author analyzes the importance of the Leningrad neoclassicism in architecture of the 1930-1940-s. Having replaced the era of the avant-garde which had rejected any cultural continuity, the neoclassicism marked an evolutionary return of architecture to the context of art and culture. A clear illustration of such return is the interaction of continuity and novelty.

Authors: 

Kurbatov Yu. I. Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
apro@spbgasu.ru