The course on the author's program of Svetlana Kovalevskaya aims to study the city as a layering of different historical epochs.
The expert course includes 10 lessons, 4 of which are lectures and 6 exit ones. Classes are held on weekdays in the daytime and last for 3 hours. Upon completion, a certificate is issued.
Cost of the course: 40,000 rubles
1. Old Russian Moscow. 14-17 century. The Kremlin is oak, white stone, brick. Moscow under Ivan Kalita, Dmitri Donskoi. 14 century, early Moscow construction. Italians in Moscow in the 15th century. The cathedrals of the Kremlin. "Moscow - the Third Rome" under Ivan the Terrible, new types of temples - tent, besstolpnye, multi-standard. Monasteries of Moscow. "The wonderful uzorochie" of the 17th century. Nikon's reforms, Polish, Ukrainian, Dutch influences.
2. "European" Moscow. The 18th century was the first half of the 19th century. Baroque, rococo, classicism, empire. "Naryshkin Baroque" and Moscow under Peter I. Moscow in the 18th century, under Elizabeth I and Catherine II. Kazakov and Bazhenov. Manor construction. Moscow after the fire of 1812, new urban concepts, ensembles of the main squares - Red, Manege, Theater, "wooden Empire" in Moscow.
3. Moscow in the second half of the 19th century. Historism, eclecticism, modernity. "Orthodoxy, autocracy, nationality" in the architecture of the Nicholas period. Constantine Ton. Neo-Russian, Neo-Byzantine, and other neo-styles in the archives of Moscow in the second half of the 19th century. National Romanticism. "Construction boom" and a variety of architectural trends at the turn of the 19-20 centuries.
4. Moscow in the 20th century. Constructivism, rationalism, neoclassicism - the search for new architectural solutions in the 10-20's. New types of buildings, new tasks, "paper architecture". "Stalin's Empire" 30х - 40 years. "Stalin's" gene. the plan for the restructuring of Moscow in 1935, the Palace of Soviets, the Metropolitan, VDNKh, TsPKiO, residential construction projects. High-rise Moscow. "Struggle with excesses in arh-re" under Khrushchev, a change of artistic reference points. Khrushchev and Brezhnev modernism, brutalism, panel construction, new districts of Moscow. Restructuring of Moscow for the Olympics-80. "Sredovaya ar-ra", "paper" arch-ra. Arbat and Ostozhenka. "Luzhkov Moscow" as a special stage. Modern trends in the architecture of Moscow.
5. The Kremlin and its monuments.
6. China Town: Red Square, Nikolskaya Street, Ilyinka, Varvarka.
7. White city: from Pokrovka to Lubyanka.
8. The earth city: Ostozhenka-Prechistenka.
9. Earthen city: The area of the Nikitsky gate.