As in the case of circular windows, cylindrical forms on buildings, hinted at the innovative and modernist spirit of Armenian Soviet architecture in the 1960s on. These forms were considered basic, laconic geometric shapes, which still maintained vivid aspects of the overall composition. Therefore, cylindrical forms responded well to the aesthetic priority of Soviet Armenian architects, who remained in odds with pure modernist architectural language.
Jim Torosyan, Gevorg Aramyan, 1985
Armen Aghalyan, 1990s
Fenix Darbinyan, 1960