Architects:Audrius Ambrasas, Vilma Adomonytė
Idyllic, quiet and serene view of the plot and its environment – a sunlit meadow in the shelter of a pine wood – inspired the authors of the project A. Ambrasas and V. Adomonytė to concentrate on a complex architectural idea – to create a building, which would disappear in the landscape.
Villa G was formed of two polished, boomerang-shaped shapes, perfectly nestled against the northern and eastern part of the plot. Their composition is connected with a passageway, which is expanded into a cosy chamber lounge opened towards south-west direction and covered with a flat roof. The northern part of the building contains domestic premises while the eastern part consists of three double bedrooms, one apartment and a sauna. The composition of the later space is finished with an elegant and open arrangement of a plywood timber arbour and swimming pool which emphasize the shape of the object.
Long spaces are divided by glass glass and wooden details that emphasize verticality. Curved roofs trailing to the ground are extended with green pergolas. The image of the building is light and full of playful tracery.
I. Garnyte – Sapranaviciene
- Project ID:201
- Architects:Audrius Ambrasas, Vilma Adomonytė
- Architects companies:Ambraso architektų biuras
- Area:520 kv. m
- Constructors:Adomas Sabaliauskas, Domas Amolevicius
- Constructors companies:„Constr“
- Other companies:Villa G
- Photographer:Audrius Ambrasas