Computer Shop BMS Megapolis


Audrius Ambrasas, Rasa Ambrasienė
  • Laisvės pr. 2, Vilnius
  • Latitude:54.6698
  • Longtitude:25.2371
  • Public object

About object:

Intensive transport arteries and their circles inwardly encode a constant movement and speed and the baseless statics in them causes a wave of misunderstandings. Therefore, it is natural that when designing buildings next to such the transport linkages, one must necessarily consider not only ordinarily solvable issues but also an aura of the place. A small trade centre designed at the approaches of Gerosios Vilties Circle joining several notably important arteries of the capital seems to continue the trajectories of movement. The architects avoided static and aggressive barrier in the area requiring especially good visibility. The plastic, flowing spatial shape provides the building with dynamics and easily adapts to the movement, turning direction and observation angle. The façade materiality reflects harmoniously the light and the environment. The interior structure is clear and logical: the utility rooms are situated at a “tail” of the building and the main entrance is formed in a vitreous “head” of the building, the extension of a hall through two levels provided the space with the feeling of light and flight.

I. Garnytė- Sapranavičienė

Object information:

  • Project ID:76
  • Implemented:2004
  • Architects:Audrius Ambrasas, Rasa Ambrasienė
  • Architects companies:Ambraso architektų biuras
  • Purpose:Commercial
  • Area:3000 kv. m.
  • Constructors:Computer Shop BMS Megapolis
  • Constructors companies:„Konstruktorių cechas”
  • Other companies:Computer Shop BMS Megapolis
  • Photographer:Audrius Ambrasas


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