Article source: NG architects
The house is located in west of Lithuania, town called Taurage. residence will be located in newly designed area surrounded by forest and flatlands.
- Architects: NG architects
- Project: NV residence
- Location: Lithuania
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Article source: AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI
One last building of demolished Rietavas manor – coach house – has been reconstructed to cultural community center to meet today’s needs. It hosts 2 multipurpose halls, local bussines development agency, tourist information center, holds in total 1800 sq.m.
Article source: Audrius Ambrasas architetcs
The purpose of centre is to provide the artists and researchers with space for workshops, lectures, individual projects and residency. The 2096 sq. meters building is located in Vilnius, Valakampiai, next to the city beach. Built instead of the old shop, it stands in the axis of the street, just at the ending of the former trolley ring.
Article source: JPI architektai
The idea of the project – the water rised concrete slab.
Article source: a.s.a. Sigitas Kuncevičius Architecture Studio
This primary school designed for 828 pupils is the first modern school that was built from scratch in Vilnius in the 20 years since Lithuania’s independence. As the surrounding urban fabric has no cohesive urban concept, the new school was intended to give the area an unequivocal focal point. It is also intended to serve a broader function for the wider community after school hours and over weekends.
Article source: JPI architektai
The Complex of Sports, Wellness and Entertainment is being projected in Jonava, in the picturesque territory, which distinguishes itself for an expressive relief, and which is located between the Varnutė river dam,the Joninės Valley and Žeimių street. The Complex of Sports, Wellness and Entertainment will consist of a universal sports hall, a sport and entertainment centre, a renovated stadium as well as the renovated Joninės Valley.
Article source: Architektu biuras G.Natkevicius ir partneriai
This is the first crematorium in Lithuania. The idea to build a crematorium was born in the interwar period, but at that time only furnace to reduce medical waste in Kaunas hospital was built. Increasing cremation traditions Lithunians use cremation services in Latvia and Poland. To make a path for the first crematorium in Lithuania wasn’t easy. Despite the big enthusiasm, the catholic mind and political hypocrisy, the lack and imperfections of environmental and other laws were overcome only in 2011. The owners of Kedainiai crematorium, doctor and environmentalist, showed the strength.
Article source: Architects bureu G.Natkevicius and partners
The site is situated on the shore of artificial lake. The client is tourism company owner. Three member family house. A house is like a river barge thrown on the shore. The building designed across the entire width of the plot. The house devide the plot into two zones: the public from the street side and the intimate family zone from the lake side. Building is designed that it would be possible from each room to view the lake and the beautiful nature. The house has five zones: the outdoor sheds for cars, living area, outdoor terrace, sauna and leisure complex, viewpoint and exhibition room on the first floor.
Article source: a01 architects
Soul Box restaurant / bar is located on the main party street of Vilnius city, bearing the same name. The bars’ interior design concept is based on simplicity: two separate spaces – the restaurant / bar and the dance floor. The main axis of Soul Box is an 8m long bar, wrapped in square plywood structure elements, which easily transform into shelves, handrails or lamps. The versatility of the structure elements is what helps create the ambiance of the bar. Building structure and other elements of the old premises, which match the interior, have been uncovered. Soul box has resurrected the architectural heritage of a bygone era, of a building that perhaps for a bit too long, was left empty.
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Our new museum and cultural centre emerges in contrast to a surrounding vertical skyline – seemingly defying gravity as it ‘floats’ above the ground, its long, curvilinear lines generating a building of enormous fluidity, velocity and lightness within which visitors may ‘experiment’ with the very notion of ‘gallery’.