The house of S.M. Gribushin is an architectural monument, one of the most beautiful and stylish buildings of Perm.
This mansion in moderne style was built by local architect A.B. Turchevich for merchant Sergey Mikhaylovich Gribushin in 1895-1897.
After 1919 the building housed a garrison officer store, then a military hospital. There was a children's department of local tuberculosis dispensary opened in 1921, and a children's hospital in 1922. In 1988 the Ural division of the Russian Academy of Sciences became the new building owner.
Gribushin's House is unique thanks to its appearance - the facade and 18 rooms are richly decorated with mouldings performed by the self-taught master Pyotr Agafyin. They consider this very house to be described in the famous novel "Doctor Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak as "House with the figures".