Vul. Kotlyarevskoho, 29 – residential building
A single-family home-villa (1891-1892; co-authored by Julian Zachariewicz and Ivan Levynsky). Together with the neighboring villas no. 27 and 31 this created a group of single-family buildings which became an integral component of Kastelivka district. The villa occupies a parcel on the slope of the valley; a garden and a strip of flowerbeds are arranged in front of it. It has two floors; wooden elements dominate in its decoration: small wooden roofs and balcony finishing. In the early twentieth century several reconstructions were completed, though the building has mainly preserved its original character. Its style is typical for a late Historicist villa.
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.