Architects:Edgaras Neniškis, Rūsna Vaineikytė, Rolandas Liola, Arūnas Liola
The reconstruction of once famous dinning-hall-restaurant “Vasara” of the resort Palanga designed by the architect A. Eigirdas in 1967 aimed to retain the contextuality dictated by the organic composition of the old building replicating the meanders of the stream Ronžė. When herewith designing an extension of the complex, the old part was duly honoured by creating the new consistency by gentle contrasts of shape and colour transitive into subtle nuances.
The vitreous cylindrical volume of the restaurant building was retained as a key focus of the new ensemble. The function of restaurant has remained unchanged, as well as the vaulted construction that had brought the fame to the building. A swardy exploitable roof was fit up above the renewed plastic single-storey part. Hereby a green inner courtyard was formed.
In the second ground, underneath the yard, new pavilions of apartments were designed. There was created an individual composition of separate residential volumes. By the airy tracery of balconies a facturiness was introduced to the tectonics of the vitreous plastic façades. The new, wave-allusive verticals with curved vitreous planes respectfully retreated and became an accompaniment to the renewed composition of the horizontal volumes.
- Project ID:65
- Architects:Edgaras Neniškis, Rūsna Vaineikytė, Rolandas Liola, Arūnas Liola
- Architects companies:„Arches“
- Area:5743 kv. m.
- Constructors:Tautvydas Tubis
- Constructors companies:Reconstruction of Restaurant “Vasara” with Apartments
- Other companies:Reconstruction of Restaurant “Vasara” with Apartments