Biography and informationEdit
B. in Rivne, Volyn province, in the family of a Polish nobleman. In 1889 he graduated from the St. Petersburg Imperial Institute of civil engineers. Worked as an architect in the management of the priamursk Governor-General, the regional architect in Semipalatinsk, head. irrigation Department Semirechensk region.
In 1899 he moved to Barnaul, served as a technician for construction and road parts of the Altai region. In 1910 retired from service, he was in private practice. In 1902-17-a member (from 1913-Chairman) of the Society for the care on primary education in Barnaul, member of the Altai branch of the Russian geographical society. After the February revolution of 1917 he ran for the vowels of the Barnaul city Duma, member of the Society of cities-gardens. In 1919 he occupied the position of provincial architect.
In the late 1920s went to Poland, fate is unknown. In Barnaul the Metropolitan is built: the people's house (designed by I. Ropet), a house-the mansion (house of Metropolitan), the chapel in the Cathedral square, Roman Catholic Church etc. the author of the projects of reconstruction of buildings of the mining lab for Museum (1913), the city Duma building, the layout of the garden city (1917). Winner of national competitions for: the colony workers at the factory of the Association of Russian-American rubber manufactory (1897, III prize); theatre; public library, Catalina and meeting room in Warsaw (1905, II prize); the people's house in Biysk (1916, first prize). 2 projects included in the Metropolitan archit. encyclopedia by G. V. Baranovsky.
(the author - O. N. Poles)