Vul. Kotlyarevskoho, 20 – residential building
This two-story apartment building (1902, Ivan Levynsky architectural bureau [co-authored by Ivan Levynskv and Alfred Zachariewicz?]; later reconstructed) was designed freely located and surrounded by a garden and flowerbeds. The third floor was added later. The floor plan is an elongated rectangular with a narrow corner risalit built along a diagonal. Vertical segmentation prevails in the composition of the building’s facades. A cylinder block of reinforced concrete stair case projects on the rear façade. This is an example of Secession architecture.
One of the most renowned architects of Habsburg Lviv, entrepreneur, one of the largest employers of his time in the city. His firm was involved in the construction and renovation of countless structures throughout Lviv and the region. Professor at the Higher Technical School, an active public figure associated with the Ukrainian People's Movement.