Restoration of the Slide, the cultural heritage site
Best Implemented Restoration Project
About the project
The Slide Pavilion was built in the mid 18th century to the project by architect Antonio Rinaldi. In the mid 19th century the slides with the colonnades were disassembled, leaving only the house – a four-level pyramid-shaped unit with large risalits on the three sides.
The house was seriously damaged during the Great Patriotic War, and the restoration works after the war were supervised by architect Mikhail Plotnikov. In 2005 through 2006, they renovated the facades and preserved the interiors. The facility became a museum with a dedicated exposition.
Lomonosov, St. Petersburg, Russia
Project implementation year
Extra visual materials
Peterhof, State Museum Reserve
Author of the project
V. Golub, A. Kazankov. E. Chertkova from Rest Architectural and Restoration Studio