Architects:Gintautas Natkevičius, Tomas Kuleša, Adomas Rimselis
Birštonas is one of four most famous resorts of Lithuania, which after restoration of independence has gradually become a cosy, quiet and small European-level resort.
The land plot is located on a small hill on the outskirts of a park among its trees. There is no ordered street construction, the area is non-fenced – just a natural part of the park. This led to an architectural idea of the house: a garage tucked under the hill, the very 4-story building shaped like a multi-edge rock on the hill among the trees of the park, glimmering like amber at night. The irregular hexagon-shaped building has neither orientation in regard to the existing streets nor the regular plan in its interior.
The building façade is coated with polished travertine tiles. The glossy bright yellow surface is interspersed by slightly diagonal vertical stripes with the shiny mirror-like glass windows separated by dark aluminium inserts. This further emphasizes the organic multi-edged shape of the building.
- Project ID:141
- Architects:Gintautas Natkevičius, Tomas Kuleša, Adomas Rimselis
- Architects companies:G. Natkevičius ir partneriai
- Area:286 kv. m.
- Constructors:Residential House in Birštonas
- Constructors companies:Residential House in Birštonas
- Other companies:Residential House in Birštonas
- Photographer:Gintaras Česonis