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State Industry Building
Дом Государственной Промышленности

2 Svobody Sq.
Kharkiv Ukraine

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began1926
  Finished1928
Floor Count13
Floor Area10,760 m²
Building Uses
 - office
 - communication
 - government
Structural Types
 - highrise
 - hole
 - sign
 - truss tower
 - sky bridge
Architectural Style
 - constructivism
Materials
 - steel
 - concrete, reinforced

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Antenna345 ft Secrets of steelworks. Kiev, Steel, 2004
p. 147
Roof223 fthttp://www.world-art.ru/architecture/architecture.php?id=3905
2nd roof207 fthttp://www.kharkov.ua/culture/
Lowest roof98 fthttp://www.world-art.ru/architecture/architecture.php?id=3905

Description
• Lot area: 10760 m².
• Architects: S. S. Serafimov, S. M. Kravets, M. D. Felger
• Engineer: P. P. Rottert
• The first highrise built by the Soviet Ukrainian government, the State Industry Building is one of the few examples of Constructivist architecture. Bridges link this multiblock building, which wraps a quarter of the way around Svobody Square.
• The antenna was added to the roof in 1955. Design: Kharkov UkrRDIsteelconstruction.
• When completed, this was the largest building in Europe by floor area.
• Tallest building in Ukraine till 1954.
• Tallest building in Kharkiv till 1979.
• Consists of 3 buildings of 6, 13, 6 floors, which are connected with passages on 3th, 5th, 6th floors. Longest bridges are 26 m. Between buildings 2 streets are. 9 porches.

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