Place Details

Place Details

Yeremeeva's apartment building

This apartment building was built in 1902—1905 by architect Mikhail Yeremeyev, who can be considered the chief architect of Vasilyevsky Island in the early 20th century. He built about a dozen buildings here, including for his family. This particular house was intended for his wife. Another very similar one is on line 5.

The style chosen by the master is pseudo-Gothic, which is quite unusual for the times of the general fashion for modern. The house is built of red brick, decorated with bay windows, spires and relief patterns on the facade. It looks impressive, especially in cloudy weather.

The building housed a club of workers of the Baltic plant, and in 1906 Vladimir Lenin spoke to the workers. Perhaps this saved the house from losses during the Soviet years: everything related to the leader was well guarded.

The apartment building is recognized as a regional monument. People live in it now, and the first floor is occupied by shops.

This apartment building was built in 1902—1905 by architect Mikhail Yeremeyev, who can be considered the chief architect of Vasilyevsky Island in the early 20th century. He built about a dozen buildings here, including for his family. This particular house was intended for his wife. Another very similar one is on line 5.

The style chosen by the master is pseudo-Gothic, which is quite unusual for the times of the general fashion for modern. The house is built of red brick, decorated with bay windows, spires and relief patterns on the facade. It looks impressive, especially in cloudy weather.

The building housed a club of workers of the Baltic plant, and in 1906 Vladimir Lenin spoke to the workers. Perhaps this saved the house from losses during the Soviet years: everything related to the leader was well guarded.

The apartment building is recognized as a regional monument. People live in it now, and the first floor is occupied by shops.

This apartment building was built in 1902—1905 by architect Mikhail Yeremeyev, who can be considered the chief architect of Vasilyevsky Island in the early 20th century. He built about a dozen buildings here, including for his family. This particular house was intended for his wife. Another very similar one is on line 5.

The style chosen by the master is pseudo-Gothic, which is quite unusual for the times of the general fashion for modern. The house is built of red brick, decorated with bay windows, spires and relief patterns on the facade. It looks impressive, especially in cloudy weather.

The building housed a club of workers of the Baltic plant, and in 1906 Vladimir Lenin spoke to the workers. Perhaps this saved the house from losses during the Soviet years: everything related to the leader was well guarded.

The apartment building is recognized as a regional monument. People live in it now, and the first floor is occupied by shops.

Address

Bolshoy prosp. V. O., d. 82

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/neobyichnyij-dom-dohodnyij-dom-eremeevoj/

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