Classical order
A certain assemblage of portative and portate parts of a load-bearing construction, their structure and artistic treatment. Portative element – a column, consisting of capital, shaft and foundation. Portate horizontal parts form the entablature, consisting of an architrave (lower part), frieze (middle part) and cornice (top offset part). Doric order – one of the main architectural orders, characterized by the column narrowing upwards with cannelures without foundations and by capital in the shape of a drum. It is a key element of monumental arrangement of classical architecture. Ionic order – one of the main architectural orders, has a slender column with foundation and shaft trenched with cannelures. Its differential characteristic is a capital in the shape of a drum with two volutes. The friso is often covered with a relief. Corinthian order – is the finest order characterized by elegant columns with cannelures and foundations, crowned with a splendid capital made of ornamental leaves and small volutes. Tuscan order – simplified version of the Doric order. Has a column without cannelures and a plain friso
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The Moscow University
Pashkov House
Demidov House
Kozitskaya House
Baryshnikov House
Muravyov-Apostol House
Ensemble of the Spit of Vasilievsky Island
Old Merchant Court, Ilyinka street
Upper Trading Rows on the Red Square
Lunins' House on Nikitsky boulevard
Tauride Palace
Nevsky Gates of Peter and Paul Fortress
The Moscow Orphanage
Church of Cosmas and Damian
Ss. Peter and Paul's Church in Novaya Basmannaya Sloboda
Sytin House
Project of the Grand Kremlin Palace
The building of the Gentry assembly (Assembly of the Nobility)
Golitsyn Hospital
Military hospital in Lefortovo
Horse Guards Manege
Hermitage Theatre
Khrushev-Seleznev House
Lopukhin (later Stanitsky) House
Catherine Palace