Olha Zarechnyuk

@ Center for Urban History of East Central Europe

Olha Zarechnyuk, MA in Architecture (Lviv Polytechnic National University), is architectural editor of Lviv Interactive project at the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe in Lviv, Ukraine. Her academic interests include 19th-20th c. city planning and architectural conservation history. She is starting her own research project on architectural restorers in postwar Soviet Ukraine. In 2016 she was the editor of Modernism in Lviv interactive map which highlights stories of 23 buildings that define interwar period in the city. Prepared in teamwork for Lviv, 24 June 1937: City, Architecture, Modernism exhibition at the Wroclaw Museum of Architecture, curator prof. Andrzej Szczerski, the map lives on in an online version, serves as basis for city walks. It is part of promotion of modernist heritage by the Center, which has included an architectural summer school in 2015, public discussions, and an exhibition in 2016 about Modernist settlement Nowy Lwów/Novyi Lviv among others.