Odesa, Horvat Palace (then Tolstoy Palace), 1832

Today composed by three buildings that form the head of a block, along Sabaneev Bridge Street, the complex originates from the volume to the east, commissioned by Kammerherr Nikolay Horvat and designed by Torricelli. The elevation towards the garden echoes French models already adopted and reinterpreted by Luigi Rusca (e.g. in the Kochubey Palace in Dikanka, 1810).

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Giorgio Torricelli, Horvat Palace (then Tolstoy Palace), Odesa, 1832 (photo by Oleksandr Levytskyi, Dmytro Shamatazhy)