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First name, Middle name, Last name, Scientific degree, Scientific rank, Current position. Full and brief name of the organization, The organization address.Novikov S.V. – post-graduate student E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering The organization address: 420043, Russia, Kazan, Zelenaya st., 1
Title of the articleCreative activity F.N. Malinovsky, a civil engineer and eparchial architect of the Kazan province
Abstract.The architecture of the Kazan province of late XIX-early XX centuries is extraordinarily multifaceted. On the territory of the Kazan province at that architecture developed actively, first professional schools appeared and many of talented architects carried out their practice. One of the brightest representatives of his time is Fyodor Nikolayevich Malinovsky, famous for its red-brick buildings in Russian-Byzantine style, which are spread over a large territory of the Kazan province (Tatarstan, Chuvashia, Mari-El). During the period from 1895 to 1911 being in the position of the diocesan architect F.N. Malinovsky has developed a number of projects for diocesan needs: churches, schools, chapels, monastic cells, homes for priests, church fence, etc. He also made projects for the reconstruction of ancient temples. For example, the restructuring of the Trinity Cathedral in Raifa monastery. From 1904 to 1911, F.N. Malinovsky taught at the Kazan School of Industrial Art. F.N. Malinowski is an outstanding Kazan architect, which made a practical and theoretical contribution into the formation of the Kazan architecture school. The project activity of F.N. Malinovsky is poorly studied and requires a detailed study.
Keywords.civil engineer, architect, diocesan architect, F.N. Malinovsky, the project activity, the creative method, Russian-Byzantine style
For citations:Novikov S.V. Creative activity F.N. Malinovsky, a civil engineer and eparchial architect of the Kazan province // Izvestiya KGASU. 2015. №1(31) P.26-34.

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