Historically, a centre of Vilnius City lies in a valley surrounded by ridges of hills. At the edge of this valley, an administrative office building, called the first skyscraper of the country (of 56 meters in height), is built.
The fifteen-storey building buys by the purity of its form. The flat, big, pencil-like building has already become an icon of the 21st century’s beginning construction boom, easily recognizable by its silhouette.
When projecting the building, its author always followed the principle of simplicity. Hence, the plan of interior… has remained unplanned. To be more precise, the architect has left as much as possible free space for (not)building of partitions – each tenant may have their patent way of planning one or several rented floors, and all the necessary functions: communication between floors, utility rooms, etc. – make a core of the building.
The construction, considered and complete up to the last detail, and the well-arranged surrounding area have raised a quality bar of the new “architectural hill” on the right bank of the river Neris – aptly and in the very nick of time.
- Project ID:135
- Architects:Audrius Ambrasas
- Architects companies:Ambraso architektų biuras
- Area:5300 kv. m.
- Constructors:Jurgis Sidaravičius
- Constructors companies:Administration Building Hanner
- Other companies:Administration Building Hanner