The role of the tenement housing development in the urban structure of Western and Central Ukraine during the Secession era

Mykola Orlenko,

Yuliia Ivashko

Abstrakt

The principles of the formation of the urban planning space of cities of Western and Central Ukraine during the period of Secession, the role of profitable residential development in the city structure are analyzed. The differences between the Secession development of Lviv, Chernivtsi, Stanislaviv and Kiev are identified, examples of the main ensembles and individual buildings are given. Using the example of the house of architect Władysław Horodecki (the so-called House with Chimaeras), we have highlighted the specific features of restoration of buildings of the era of Secession.

Słowa kluczowe: Secession, tenement housing development, Western and Central Ukraine, House with Chimaeras
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