Architects:eng. arch. Albertas Lamauskas, landscape arch. Regimantas Pilkauskas
The plan of Utena garden implemented in 2009 has opened a beautiful public space at the confluence of Krašuona and Vyžuona streams. Footpath network in this green space acts in two ways: both as disjuncture of single areas formed in the park and a subtle link.
The main entrance to the town garden is emphasized by a symbolic decorative accent. From J. Basanaviciaus str., which is 2.5 m above the formed town garden, wide and comfortable stairs with an intermediate platform lead down to it, which provides an overview of the central part of the garden. From here paths branch throughout the garden, and the main path over the new bridge lead to the house of the Riflemen. This path is the main artery of the town garden composition and the landmark that separates the meadow formed on the left bank of the Krašuona designed for festive gatherings of townspeople from the space for children to play. Cosy terraces for relaxation formed near the Riflemen house opens a sensitive panorama of the stream and valley softly highlighted by the designers.
- Project ID:167
- Architects:eng. arch. Albertas Lamauskas, landscape arch. Regimantas Pilkauskas
- Architects companies:„Želdynai“
- Area:26500 kv. m
- Constructors:Mindaugas Kasiulevičius
- Constructors companies:Utena Town Garden
- Other companies:Utena Town Garden
- Photographer:Regimantas Pilkauskas, Jūratė Paragytė