Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Siegel mansion

Siegel's house was designed by architect Jerome Kitner. He was famous for building buildings in an unusual brick style for that era, and this mansion was also made in him. Kitner's design was based on the French Renaissance style — from here the turrets, the terrace, wrought-iron bars and stucco on the windows. The similarity with the old houses in France is especially clear in the decoration of the bay window.

To make the brick more refined and refined, it was combined with ceramics and stone-like plaster. Above the door of the house you can see stucco molding in the form of a triangle, a meter and the Latin letter S - a reminder of the engineering profession of the owner.

Now there is a bank in the building, so you won't be able to photograph the interiors of the mansion, but you can just admire them.

Siegel's house was designed by architect Jerome Kitner. He was famous for building buildings in an unusual brick style for that era, and this mansion was also made in him. Kitner's design was based on the French Renaissance style — from here the turrets, the terrace, wrought-iron bars and stucco on the windows. The similarity with the old houses in France is especially clear in the decoration of the bay window.

To make the brick more refined and refined, it was combined with ceramics and stone-like plaster. Above the door of the house you can see stucco molding in the form of a triangle, a meter and the Latin letter S - a reminder of the engineering profession of the owner.

Now there is a bank in the building, so you won't be able to photograph the interiors of the mansion, but you can just admire them.

Siegel's house was designed by architect Jerome Kitner. He was famous for building buildings in an unusual brick style for that era, and this mansion was also made in him. Kitner's design was based on the French Renaissance style — from here the turrets, the terrace, wrought-iron bars and stucco on the windows. The similarity with the old houses in France is especially clear in the decoration of the bay window.

To make the brick more refined and refined, it was combined with ceramics and stone-like plaster. Above the door of the house you can see stucco molding in the form of a triangle, a meter and the Latin letter S - a reminder of the engineering profession of the owner.

Now there is a bank in the building, so you won't be able to photograph the interiors of the mansion, but you can just admire them.

Adresse

st. Marata, d.63

Site web

http://piter-avrora.ru/maps/interesnye-mesta/osobnjak-zigelja.html

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/osobnyak-zigelya/

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