Buildings at 5 and 7 Akad. Bohomoltsia St.



ID number:
12678
Title:
Buildings at 5 and 7 Akad. Bohomoltsia St.
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Description:
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Subject:
building, architecture, secession
Creator:
Tanas Nykyforuk
Publisher:
Unpublished resources
Date:
1970-1990
Format:
Unknown
Copyright:
Center for Urban History of East Central Europe
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A three-storied residential building constructed in 1906 under a project designed by architect Ivan Levynskyi (Jan Lewiński) for Henryk Gottlieb Haszlakiewicz. This is a residential townhouse in the style of Secession (Art Nouveau) with some elements of the Neo-Romanesque and Neo-Gothic styles, an architectural monument (protection number M-7). Among the residents of this house in the early 20th century, there were Yevhen Olesnytskyi, a member of the Galician Sejm and of the Imperial Council in Vienna, and Adam Krechowiecki, the editor of Gazeta Lwówska; architects Adam Opolski and Ignacy Kędzerski had their office there. Today the building is used for dwelling purposes.

This four-storied residential building in the row housing of Bohomoltsia street is one of the six townhouses surrounding the green square in the center of the street. It was built in 1905-1906 under a project developed at the bureau of Ivan Levynskyi (Jan Lewiński). This is a residential building in the Secession (Art Nouveau) style, an architectural monument of local significance (protection number 5). Today it is used only for dwelling purposes.