Room with two single beds and a private bathroom.
Fyodor Lidval is one of the foremost architects of the early 20th century, and the masters of modern in St. Petersburg. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts Lidval continued his education at Leon Benois’ studio. The main works of the young architect has become revenue houses. Lidval’s style has been called «Northern Modernist style”.
Until the 20th century the land, where the Lidval house now stands, has been passed from one owner to another. Ida Lidval acquired this land and entrusted a future building project to her son, Fyodor. Lidval family lived in their house before the October Revolution, and then they had to move to Sweden.
People of various social classes lived in the Lidval revenue house at different times: foreign nationals, the elite, artists, actors and merchants.
Fyodor Lidval was the first architect in St. Petersburg who applied soapstone to the facade decoration; he also used a large front yard overlooking the street in his architectural compositions. Lidval has even won an award for the best facades. He left a significant mark on the architecture of the Russian Empire and Sweden.
So welcome to our hotel room with a proud “Lidval” name reflecting the immortal heritage of the outstanding architect.
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