The ruined objects are those remnants that keep the link between generations and, remained on the border of time once they hit in the "horizon of destruction events". This means that, in their current position, they are at the point of no return: it is impossible to leave the event horizon beyond the black hole, so, it is impossible to return to the original status.
Features of the renovation of the ruins, which are objects of cultural heritage: Greenhouse and wine warehouse of the manor "Karabikha" - Yaroslavl Region, Russia. Greenhouse with coffee shop. Museum Visitor Center.
The remains of ruins is about 50%, while the wine warehouse is much better preserved, because it was built later, pilasters and even some cornices can be clearly consider them, ceilings and roofing have not been preserved. At the same time, the side staircase to the second floor was not preserved and was covered with sand, which now covers the side facade of the ruin. The greenhouse has been preserved somewhat less, a large number of walls and windows have been lost, ceilings and roofs are missing, the ragged edge of the wall is due to the almost unpreserved cornice. The vertical direction of the ruin dominates in both cases.
The cultural heritage ruins of the Nekrasov manor are monuments of federal significance and they are included in the Unified State Register of Cultural Heritage Objects.
Based on the analyzes of the current situation, we tried to answer the question of is it possible to revive and adapt the long-abandoned manor objects in the zone of protection of the cultural heritage.
57° 30' 34" N | 39° 45' 41" E
Site Area: 5,600m2
Building Height: 12m
Floors Above Ground: 2
Floors Below Ground: 0
Interior Design Area: 2000m2
Authors: Silviya Al Ubed, Alena Kokueva
Visualization: Silviya Al Ubed, Alena Kokueva
Scientific Supervisor: Tatiana Sirotina, Candidate of Culturology, associate Professor