House with Chimeras or Horodecki House is an Art Nouveau.
The building gets its famous name from the lavish beautifications portraying outlandish creatures and chasing scenes, which were etched by Italian planner Emilio Sala since Horodecki was an eager hunter.
The name does not allude to the delusion of folklore, but rather to a structural style known as figment design in which creature figures are connected as brightening components to a building.
After completing the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg in 1890, he moved to Kiev, where he lived for just about 30 years.
At the season of the building's development, Horodecki had effectively settled himself as a conspicuous Kiev planner, having outlined and built together with his dear companion and accomplice design Anton Strauss numerous city structures, from the St. Other than engineering, Horodecki was additionally inspired by big-game hunting.