Architecture development of temples and chapels of Christian theological-humanitarian educational institutions in Ukraine

Victor Proskuryakov

Abstrakt

The article highlights the sacred component of architecture of theological-humanitarian Christian educational institutions. It researches the architectural and space-planning decisions of temples and chapels of theological-humanitarian educational institutions.
The objective of the research is to determine the major principles of architecture development common for the sacred core of theological-humanitarian educational institutions.
The research has been conducted by means of analyzing the historical experience of designing and constructing temples and chapels of theological educational institutions in Ukraine, carrying out field observations, systematizing the results of previous scientific researches, as well as analyzing the design decisions and the implemented projects. The methods of typological analysis, experimental design, and questionnaire-based survey have been applied in the course of the research.
The results of the conducted research helped to outline the major principles of architecture development common for the sacred core of theological-humanitarian educational institutions, determine the major factors influencing the architecture of temples and chapels of similar institutions, and offer the suggestions for designing temples and chapels of theological-humanitarian educational institutions in Ukraine.

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SOURCES AND AUTHORS OF PICTURES USED IN THE ARTICLE:

Ill. 1. Building Complex of Kharkiv Theological Seminary [Electronic Resource]. – Mode of access: URL: http://www.eparchia.kharkov.ua/photos - Title from the screen.

Ill. 2. Building Complex of Lviv Theological Seminary at Khutorivka Str., Lviv – photo by the author.

Ill. 3. Campus of Deep Type – drawing by the author.

Ill. 4. Campus of Frontal Type – drawing by the author.

Ill. 5. Campus of Free Type – drawing by the author.

Ill. 6. Temple of Lviv Theological Seminary – photo by the author.

Ill. 7. Temple-chapel of Evangel Theological Seminary, Kyiv / [Electronic Resource]. – Mode of access: URL: http://www.evangelts.org - Title from the screen.

Ill. 8. Church of St. Sophia at Ukrainian Catholic University, Stryiska Str., Lviv: a) Church exterior / [Electronic Resource]. – Mode of access: URL: http://www.povirusebe.org - Title from the screen; b) Church interior / [Electronic Resource]. – Mode of access: URL: http://www.povirusebe.org – Title from the screen.

Ill. 9. Design Project of Temple at Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv / [Electronic Resource]. – Mode of access: URL: http://www.povirusebe.org - Title from the screen.

Ill. 10. Design Project of Academic Building with Chapel at the Institute of the Humaanitarian and Social Sciences at Lviv Polytechnic National University – photo by the author