St. Petersburg, August 27, 2015, 02:19 – REGNUM One of the few remaining in St. Petersburg monuments of wooden architecture XIX century mansion known as the Julia Dobbert, gave new life. As the correspondent of IA REGNUM , after the reconstruction of the mansion was presented to the Governor of St. Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko, the artistic director of the St. Petersburg State Academic Ballet Theatre and President Boris Eifman Dance Academy.
As the Eifman, the mansion preserved wooden construction, reinforced foundation, reinforced joists. On the facade returned the lost decorations. All the interiors were restored according to archive iconographic materials. Especially highlighted wooden staircase with carved railings, small and large living room, office, multi-tiered chandelier.
«It was possible to recreate the model of the living space of a wealthy family, but the main thing – to give life to this old house,” – explains Boris Eifman. According to him, there will house a museum of ballet.
During the restoration of the building and reconstruction of the interiors of 70 – 80% of the stored identity.
Georgy Poltavchenko stressed that the museum baletabudet available to all lovers of the ballet. “The information about it will appear on the maps of the city” – he said.
As previously reported IA REGNUM , an old wooden house Dobbert-Shteykmana – architectural monument of the 1896 construction, given the jurisdiction Boris Eifman Dance Academy. From the city budget for the repair and restoration of the monument has been allocated 65 million rubles.
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