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Apyshkov, Vladimir Petrovich (1871 - 1939), an architect

Subject / Architecture/Personnel

Vladimir Petrovich Apyshkov (1871–1939) is an architect, engineer, teacher, theorist of architecture. He was graduated from the Nicolas Engineer Academy in St. Petersburg (1901). From 1902 to 1905 he was studing at the Architecture department of the Academy of Arts. He was the author of the dissertation work "Ratsionalnoye v noveishey arkhitekture" (The rational in the newest architecture, 1905). V.P. Apyshkov was a bridge engineering and industrial building expert. The most important building in St. Petersburg: the mansion of S.N. Chayev (1906-1907, 9, Rentgen Street) and complex of the military department Central scientific and technical laboratory (1909-1914, 8/3 , Paradnaya Street). From 1920 he workes as the professor of the Military Engineer Academy of RKKA (Workers' and Peasants' Red Army). In 1913-1914 Apyshkov jointly with the architect M.V. Krasovsky built the Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God in the urban settlement Vyritsa (49, Kirov avenue). He took part in designing Svirstroy and volkhovstroy. V.P. Apyshkov died in Leningrad and was buried on the Bolsheokhtinskoye cemetery.

Margolis, Aleksandr Davidovich

Apyshkov, Vladimir Petrovich
Chayev, Sergey Nikolayevich
Krasovsky, Mikhail Vitoldovich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Gatchina District/Vyritsa Urban Settlement/Kirov Prospekt

Архитекторы-строители Санкт-Петербурга сер. XIX – нач. ХХ вв.: Справочник / Под общей ред. Б.М. Кирикова. СПб., 1996., с.24
Зодчие Санкт-Петербурга, XIX – начала ХХ века / Сост. В.Г.Исаченко. СПб., 1998, С.970-971
Защук Г. Храм в честь Иконы Казанской Божией Матери в поселке Вырица // Оредеж: Литературно-краеведческий альманах. Вып. 1. СПб., 2002., С.75-84

Subject Index
The Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God (Vyritsa Town, Gatchina District)
Verlhnesvirskaya hydroelectric power station
Volkhovskaya hydroelectric power station