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Experts of the Moscow cultural heritage Department confirmed architectural and historic value of the building on Spartakovskaya square. It was built in 1911 in the style of Moscow art Nouveau.

Confirmed the special value of the building, which houses the theatre “Modern”. It is located at the address: Spartakovskaya square, 9/1 and is the object of cultural heritage.

This three-story building is l-shaped with projection, attics (decorative walls) and basement. Its distinctive features — spherical dome on the roof and double-height main hall with walls on two floors, which are not separated by a ceiling and two rows of Windows, hardwood main entrance door with carved decoration. One of the parts of the structure goes on Spartakovskaya square, and the other on Perevedenovsky per.

“The experts agreed on the subject of protection of this monument of architecture. Any work in the building, including restoration, may be conducted only in strict conformity with this conclusion of experts. The subject of protection came in the height of the house, the size and shape of Windows and doors, their location on the facade, pilasters, shoulders, crowning and intermediate cornices, belt moduleof (architectural details is s-shaped, resembling the brackets)”, — said the head of the Department of cultural heritage of Moscow

Alexey Emelyanov.

He also added that is recognized as valuable stucco decoration adorning the building both outside and inside. This including ornamental friezes, bas-reliefs, rosettes, festoons, wreaths. The subject of protection was included in the capital construction of a building, floor, location, interiors and ladders, the materials used in construction and decoration.

The house was built in 1911 in the style of Moscow art Nouveau architect of the Capitol Dulin for grain exchange — the place of the grain trade. Immediately after the 1917 revolution the building housed the House of Communist education, which was later renamed as Bauman children’s Eyad culture. In 1918-1920 there were various meetings and rallies Vladimir Lenin. For a long time in the Palace of culture worked as a theater and dance clubs, as well as the clubs of sewing, aircraft modeling, choral singing and drawing. Nowadays the building is occupied by the theatre “Modern”.

Capitol Abramovich (Capito Avraamovich) Doolin (4 March 1876 — 26 August 1933) — Russian and Soviet architect and engineer. He created buildings in the style of Moscow art Nouveau and was one of the brightest architects working in this direction. In his projects often built apartment houses and mansions. In addition, he was the author of the project of the pavilion of Goznak for the world exhibition in Paris in 1925.

Modern — home architectural style of the last century in Moscow. Also known as the style of individuals. Architects to translate into reality the most daring and eccentric wishes of customers and had the full freedom of expression. The appearance of the buildings echoed with the decoration of the premises, the important role played by the principle of “inside out”. Most often the customers of these houses were merchants, entrepreneurs, patrons and artists.

The facades in the modern era was asymmetric, and the plans of the buildings — not rectangular. The house looked strange due to the rounded corners and flowing forms of decoration. They attracted the attention of rasstanovka picturesque Windows, with images of plants and animals, as well as mosaic tiles, ceramic tiles and art metal facades. No building looked like more.

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