The building of an exceptional design and conception is realized in a glade situated on the outskirts of a forest. By this object the project authors attempted to demonstrate that the neighbourhood areas of the capital, such as Pilaite are intended not just for sleeping, but a cultural life is possible there as well, hereby promoting the community’s occupation and safety.
The Beepart is an experimental model of a cultural centre built at the funds of a private person. Not only the architecture of the building, but its conception as well is unusual – the house is built based on some principles of sustainability. The building volume is formed of two connected marine containers, one part of which is hanging on four columns. The “walls” of the building are insulated with straw briquettes and coated with a PVC tilt, internally illuminated by variable range LED lights. On the ground floor, there is a spacious covered terrace, storage and the plumbing and sanitary fittings. To decrease the risk of vandalism, the access to the first floor is worked out in an original way – there is mounded an uplift staircase.
This object is a great effort to demonstrate the society its ability to manage the environment unconventionally by saving resources and living more environmentally-friendly.
I. Garnytė- Sapranavičienė
- Project ID:7
- Architects:Simonas Liūga
- Architects companies:Private Practice
- Area:77 kv. m.
- Constructors:Andrius Ciplijauskas
- Constructors companies:Creative Workshop BEEPART
- Other companies:Creative Workshop BEEPART
- Photographer:Paulius Mazuras, Andrius Ciplijauskas