Architects:Algimantas Kančas, Lina Kazakevičiūtė, Laimis Savickas
The residential complex was formed in a unique territory of High Freda in Kaunas City near a Botanical Garden of Vytautas Magnus University. The place of the new small town weltering in greenness is just 4 minutes away from the city centre by a car. The small town of Freda was created as a residential complex with features of an autonomous settlement – a territory of modern community with a strong community centre: with developed system of services and support.
The prevailing strips of two-storey cottage-type houses form a circumferential street development. Three types of housing are built in the small town of Freda: apartments, English-style semi-detached city houses, and individual homestead-type houses. The neat architecture of red and grey brick houses breathes with Holland rationality. That would be a key for treading in the attractiveness of this neighbourhood: just as much as necessary, all is created for the comfort of residents.
The construction of the small town of Freda began in October, 2003. The project was completed in the first half of 2007, after final finishing of the town’s welfare and infrastructure. The architects also paid much attention for creation of a fascinating residential environment: the small town is decorated with two ponds, beautiful greenery and granite sculptures.
- Project ID:136
- Architects:Algimantas Kančas, Lina Kazakevičiūtė, Laimis Savickas
- Architects companies:„Kančo studija“
- Constructors:A small town of Freda
- Constructors companies:A small town of Freda
- Other companies:A small town of Freda
- Photographer:Raimondas Urbakavičius, Algimantas Kančas