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Russian Harbin: stylistic features of Chinese Baroque
Abstract.The object of study is the architecture of the Chinese city Pozzani, one of the districts of the Russian Harbin. The subject of the research is the formation of the Chinese Baroque style. The article considers such aspects as the influence of Russian architecture on the emergence of a new style that has no direct European and Chinese analogues. Special attention is paid to the original interpretation of decorative elements in architecture and filling them with symbolic meanings. An increasingly decisive departure from the European Canon, allows us to talk about the formation of a kind of aesthetic system, certainly having an independent cultural significance research Methods: architectural analysis of objects in the Chinese Baroque style; historical and analytical methods in the study of stylistic features; method of full-scale examination. The main conclusions of the study is that the architecture in the Chinese Baroque style is the result of free improvisation in the decoration of facades. The departure from the European architectural canons indicates the formation of a kind of aesthetic system, which has an independent cultural significance. The basis of the new style is magical Taoist, Buddhist and Confucian attributes.
Keywords: Chinese city, decor, plastic facade, composition, decoration, style, architecture, Chinese Baroque, Russian Harbin, process
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