In Moscow ended with the restoration of the estate Muraveva the Apostle

  • House Muraveva the Apostle to the restoration of
  • House Muraveva the Apostle to the restoration of

House Muraveva the Apostle — The object of cultural heritage of federal importance, a unique monument XVIII-XIX centuries, one of the few survivors of the fire of 1812. Many years of restoration work carried out on the unique mansion Muraveva the Apostle under the supervision of the Department of Cultural Heritage in Moscow, is one of the best examples of complex scientific restoration.

It should be noted that the restoration of the monument of architecture was carried out at the expense of the tenant "House Muraveva the Apostle," financier and philanthropist Christopher Muraveva the Apostle.

  • House Muraveva the Apostle after restoration
  • House Muraveva the Apostle after restoration

The house, built in the style of classicism Moscow at the end of XVIII — early XIX century, came into the possession of Vinogradov Muraveva the Apostle in 1815. All three sons Vinogradov were among the leaders of the Decembrist uprising.

The house was sold. Later, one of the owners in the building opened a shelter for girls, which is then passed into the possession of the Office of orphanages Empress Maria. Shelter held a grand and mezzanine floors. Basement and outbuilding at lease the apartments, shops and workshops of artisans. In 1912, on the site of the estate going to build a six-story apartment building, but the project was never realized.

In Soviet times the building housed offices, gallery, etc., to carry out repairs and restoration, but the grand floor has never been subjected to drastic restructuring.

Back in 1925 Lunacharsky wanted to open a museum in the estate of the Decembrists. The idea is embodied only in 1986, when the house is set up a branch of the State Historical Museum. However, already in 1991, the museum has ceased to exist as a wooden building on a stone base was in a dangerous condition.

The fate of the estate is again associated with the family-Muravyovs Apostles. In 1991, at the invitation of the Soviet Culture Fund in Russia come Mouravievs-Apostles: Alex, Andrew and his son Christopher.

They bring to the museum family heirlooms, and saw the deplorable condition of the home of their ancestors, decide to restore his own family. Performing this challenge took over Christopher. There was a non-profit organization that was founded House Museum Muraveva Matthew the Apostle.

In December 2000, the main house of the estate Muravyovs-Apostol was transferred by order of the Moscow Government to lease a non-profit organization "The house-museum Muraveva the Apostle."

The building was restored in the 1940s and 1980s. However, the works of this period are clear support structures at home. Launched and stopped due to lack of funding the restoration of the 1990s threatened to turn into a disaster for the home. Deprived of plaster covering the log walls themselves exposed to urban pollution and atmospheric deposition — they were actively rot.

The restoration project was developed by a unique object, LLC "ARC-MODERN" under the direction of LV Lazareva. The chief architect of the restoration project — OA Arkhipova, chief engineer of the restoration project — V.Linkov, Chief Architect of the device — S.Suetin.

During the restoration work carried out:

strengthening the foundations of the building, restoration of brick arches, walls, window and door jumpers basement of the building (the loss was more than 40%), the restoration of white stone plinth (the loss of up to 50%), restoration of wooden frame with the replacement of decayed and lost their bearing capacity of sections of the first and mezzanine floors (loss of more than 40%), restoration of wooden floors with the replacement of decayed parts, execution of wooden joinery fills the windows and doors restoration drawings, restoration of historic wooden stairs; restoration of interiors with decorative elements of high artistic value (Venetian plaster, tile stoves, plaster reliefs, hardware product). landscaping the yard of the project and the restoration of the fence.

Restoration work on the project is one of the best examples of complex scientific restoration. Many types of work on the monument are unique. During the restoration of the original elements preserved monument to the greatest extent possible. If there is no possibility of maintaining the elements replaced by the similar, made with old technology.
At the same time, the old building is adapted for life in the twenty-first century. The monument is equipped with modern utilities.

The restoration of the monument is completed. User currently apply for a Certificate of Acceptance Commission works to preserve the unique monument. When complete, the building will operate Museum of the Decembrists.

  • House Muraveva the Apostle to the restoration of

House Muraveva the Apostle — The object of cultural heritage of federal importance, a unique monument XVIII-XIX centuries, one of the few survivors of the fire of 1812. Many years of restoration work carried out on the unique mansion Muraveva the Apostle under the supervision of the Department of Cultural Heritage in Moscow, is one of the best examples of complex scientific restoration.

It should be noted that the restoration of the monument of architecture was carried out at the expense of the tenant "House Muraveva the Apostle," financier and philanthropist Christopher Muraveva the Apostle.

  • House Muraveva the Apostle after restoration
  • House Muraveva the Apostle after restoration

The house, built in the style of classicism Moscow at the end of XVIII — early XIX century, came into the possession of Vinogradov Muraveva the Apostle in 1815. All three sons Vinogradov were among the leaders of the Decembrist uprising.

The house was sold. Later, one of the owners in the building opened a shelter for girls, which is then passed into the possession of the Office of orphanages Empress Maria. Shelter held a grand and mezzanine floors. Basement and outbuilding at lease the apartments, shops and workshops of artisans. In 1912, on the site of the estate going to build a six-story apartment building, but the project was never realized.

In Soviet times the building housed offices, gallery, etc., to carry out repairs and restoration, but the grand floor has never been subjected to drastic restructuring.

Back in 1925 Lunacharsky wanted to open a museum in the estate of the Decembrists. The idea is embodied only in 1986, when the house is set up a branch of the State Historical Museum. However, already in 1991, the museum has ceased to exist as a wooden building on a stone base was in a dangerous condition.

The fate of the estate is again associated with the family-Muravyovs Apostles. In 1991, at the invitation of the Soviet Culture Fund in Russia come Mouravievs-Apostles: Alex, Andrew and his son Christopher.

They bring to the museum family heirlooms, and saw the deplorable condition of the home of their ancestors, decide to restore his own family. Performing this challenge took over Christopher. There was a non-profit organization that was founded House Museum Muraveva Matthew the Apostle.

In December 2000, the main house of the estate Muravyovs-Apostol was transferred by order of the Moscow Government to lease a non-profit organization "The house-museum Muraveva the Apostle."

The building was restored in the 1940s and 1980s. However, the works of this period are clear support structures at home. Launched and stopped due to lack of funding the restoration of the 1990s threatened to turn into a disaster for the home. Deprived of plaster covering the log walls themselves exposed to urban pollution and atmospheric deposition — they were actively rot.

The restoration project was developed by a unique object, LLC "ARC-MODERN" under the direction of LV Lazareva. The chief architect of the restoration project — OA Arkhipova, chief engineer of the restoration project — V.Linkov, Chief Architect of the device — S.Suetin.

During the restoration work carried out:

strengthening the foundations of the building, restoration of brick arches, walls, window and door jumpers basement of the building (the loss was more than 40%), the restoration of white stone plinth (the loss of up to 50%), restoration of wooden frame with the replacement of decayed and lost their bearing capacity of sections of the first and mezzanine floors (loss of more than 40%), restoration of wooden floors with the replacement of decayed parts, execution of wooden joinery fills the windows and doors restoration drawings, restoration of historic wooden stairs; restoration of interiors with decorative elements of high artistic value (Venetian plaster, tile stoves, plaster reliefs, hardware product). landscaping the yard of the project and the restoration of the fence.

Restoration work on the project is one of the best examples of complex scientific restoration. Many types of work on the monument are unique. During the restoration of the original elements preserved monument to the greatest extent possible. If there is no possibility of maintaining the elements replaced by the similar, made with old technology.
At the same time, the old building is adapted for life in the twenty-first century. The monument is equipped with modern utilities.

The restoration of the monument is completed. User currently apply for a Certificate of Acceptance Commission works to preserve the unique monument. When complete, the building will operate Museum of the Decembrists.

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