Housing developments
State institutions
Educational and academic institutions
Medical facilities
Sports,cultural and domestic services facilites
Elements of urban planning
Communication and transport facilities


Romanticism of Industrial Revolution
Influence of classical art
Art Deco
Influence of Ukrainian folk architecture
Influence of European Modern architecture



In the right column of the map you can see 4 widgets by category.
1. Architectural style;
2. Typology;
3. Object status;
4. Competition.
For ease of use, two types of widgets are used: static and dynamic. A static widget is assigned to the architectural style category, and dynamic widgets to other categories.

Static widget
A static widget always displays a static total number of objects and a single semantics, no matter how the user moves the screen.

Dynamic widget
The dynamic widget works like this: when the user moves around the map, the data in the widget changes and is listed depending on how many objects fall on the screen. As you move, the widget displays the number of objects on the screen and their semantics.

When you zoom in or out on the widget map: "typology", "object status" and "contest" also change and show you the number of objects that fall on the screen. The "architectural style" widget does not change.
You can create your own choice according to the required criteria. To do this, select the required value in the widgets by style, typology, condition of the object. You can choose four criteria from four widgets at once, one from each widget. This allows the user to sort objects on the map by clicking on the desired categories. The selected filter displays the selected object category on the map, and the other categories are temporarily removed from the visualization.
In order to return the display of all values ​​in the filter, you must press ALL.

How will a separate object look?
When hovering over objects with the mouse, each object is highlighted. To see more detailed information, left-click on the selected object. A singing window will appear with the inscription "learn more". Follow this link to go to the object page. If you don't see "learn more", there is a scroll bar on the right side of the pop-up window, use it to get to the caption at the bottom of the window.