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Stanislavovich Lyalevich


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Student of the Academy of arts since 1895 November 1, 1901 – the title of artist-architect for the "project of the City Duma in the capital." Retired since 1902 Academician since 1913


(9 (21) November 1876, the year of August 1944, Warsaw)

In 1895 he entered the Higher art school of the Imperial Academy of arts, from which he graduated in 1901 with a gold medal, the title of artist-architect and with the right to travel abroad. Thesis "the State Duma" performed in the Studio of Professor L. N. Benoit. In 1902-1903 visited Germany and Italy.

The teacher of the Higher Women's Polytechnic courses (in 1915 converted into a Women's Polytechnic Institute). In 1913 he received the title of academician of architecture. In 1910th years became a member of the Board, and in 1917-1918 he headed the Petrograd society of architects. After 1918 he lived in Poland. After returning to Poland in 1920 served as a Professor of the Warsaw Polytechnical Institute, has carried out a number of buildings and restorations. In 1925-1927 he was the Dean of the faculty of architecture, and from 1935 to 1938 was the Vice — rector of the Institute. Since 1930 worked at the Society for the protection of monuments.

Died (according to other data executed) in 1944 during the Warsaw uprising. Buried in Warsaw at the Powązki cemetery.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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