Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Fallenweider House

Among the numerous alleys of the Tikhiy Otdykh Park, which occupies the entire Kamenny Island of St. Petersburg, you can see several buildings of the early 20th century that involuntarily attract attention. Among them is a mansion built in 1905 for the fashionable Swiss tailor Eduard Vollenweider by the Russian court architect Robert Friedrich Meltzer.

Against the background of park trees, a snow-white house with a red tile roof is reflected in the water surface. The whole building is made up of various parts: multifaceted and quadrangular turrets, protruding balconies with canopies, high and flat brick pipes on the roof slopes located at different angles. This variety is complemented by windows of ten types.

This combination of white walls and red tiled roofs is more common in Finland or Scandinavia than in Russia. Experts call this mansion the first example of Northern Art Nouveau architecture in St. Petersburg. And people often call the house Teremk: it very much resembles a fabulous building.

During the Soviet era, a sanatorium was located here, then until 2009 inclusive, the building housed the Consulate General of Denmark. Now the mansion is owned by a private company, and it is planned to place a hotel there.

Information for film fans: this mansion hosted the shooting of such beautiful Soviet films as “Mr. Decorator” (Grillo's house) and “The Suicide Club, or the Adventures of the Awarded Person”, and on the lawn Prince Florizel's final battle with the President took place in front of the building. On the way past the house ran the characters of the film about Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

Among the numerous alleys of the Tikhiy Otdykh Park, which occupies the entire Kamenny Island of St. Petersburg, you can see several buildings of the early 20th century that involuntarily attract attention. Among them is a mansion built in 1905 for the fashionable Swiss tailor Eduard Vollenweider by the Russian court architect Robert Friedrich Meltzer.

Against the background of park trees, a snow-white house with a red tile roof is reflected in the water surface. The whole building is made up of various parts: multifaceted and quadrangular turrets, protruding balconies with canopies, high and flat brick pipes on the roof slopes located at different angles. This variety is complemented by windows of ten types.

This combination of white walls and red tiled roofs is more common in Finland or Scandinavia than in Russia. Experts call this mansion the first example of Northern Art Nouveau architecture in St. Petersburg. And people often call the house Teremk: it very much resembles a fabulous building.

During the Soviet era, a sanatorium was located here, then until 2009 inclusive, the building housed the Consulate General of Denmark. Now the mansion is owned by a private company, and it is planned to place a hotel there.

Information for film fans: this mansion hosted the shooting of such beautiful Soviet films as “Mr. Decorator” (Grillo's house) and “The Suicide Club, or the Adventures of the Awarded Person”, and on the lawn Prince Florizel's final battle with the President took place in front of the building. On the way past the house ran the characters of the film about Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

Among the numerous alleys of the Tikhiy Otdykh Park, which occupies the entire Kamenny Island of St. Petersburg, you can see several buildings of the early 20th century that involuntarily attract attention. Among them is a mansion built in 1905 for the fashionable Swiss tailor Eduard Vollenweider by the Russian court architect Robert Friedrich Meltzer.

Against the background of park trees, a snow-white house with a red tile roof is reflected in the water surface. The whole building is made up of various parts: multifaceted and quadrangular turrets, protruding balconies with canopies, high and flat brick pipes on the roof slopes located at different angles. This variety is complemented by windows of ten types.

This combination of white walls and red tiled roofs is more common in Finland or Scandinavia than in Russia. Experts call this mansion the first example of Northern Art Nouveau architecture in St. Petersburg. And people often call the house Teremk: it very much resembles a fabulous building.

During the Soviet era, a sanatorium was located here, then until 2009 inclusive, the building housed the Consulate General of Denmark. Now the mansion is owned by a private company, and it is planned to place a hotel there.

Information for film fans: this mansion hosted the shooting of such beautiful Soviet films as “Mr. Decorator” (Grillo's house) and “The Suicide Club, or the Adventures of the Awarded Person”, and on the lawn Prince Florizel's final battle with the President took place in front of the building. On the way past the house ran the characters of the film about Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

Adresse

Bolshaya alleya 13

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dom-follenvejdera/

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