Buildings 7 and 9 at Akad. Bohomoltsia St.



ID number:
12688
Title:
Buildings 7 and 9 at Akad. Bohomoltsia St.
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Description:
Image description is temporarily available only in: Ukrainian
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Unpublished resources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.