Architects:Vilius Adomavičius, Vida Vyšniauskienė
When designing the dwelling house in the village of Naujieji Bajorai, the architects interpreted the traditional Lithuanian farmstead, more accurately, a highland (aukstaitiska) two-end farmhouse.
For the construction of the dwelling farmhouse of a space of almost 500 square meters a wooden frame was used, which then was upholstered with logs from Finnish pine. The building is unconventionally long; however, its length is divided in passages or by changing the log walls into glass planes and stone details.
On the ground floor the building is being divided across the middle by the passage that is like an open porch and divides the house into two functional zones: private and utility. Both ends of the building have roofs that are supported by the concrete columns finished with basalt stones. Showcase windows and band windows add variety to the plane of the ground floor, and the glass part of the roof, skylights, and solar panels visually facilitate the gable roof plane making almost half of the building height.
When designing, the architects had in mind the idea that the owners plan to move to the house for good. They wanted an ecologically friendly house, wooden frames, and space that could be used to exhibit the hunting trophies of the owner. And a house like that was designed.
- Project ID:128
- Architects:Vilius Adomavičius, Vida Vyšniauskienė
- Architects companies:Architektų biuras „Vilius ir partneriai“
- Area:450 kv. m.
- Constructors:Mindaugas Kasiulevičius
- Constructors companies:„Smailusis skliautas”
- Other companies:Dwelling house in Naujieji Bajorai
- Photographer:Raimundas Urbakavičius