G 51

Lithuania / 2019

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The key task for the authors of the project was to design a fully functional plan and to preserve as well as to emphasise the existing advantages of the space where people are playing the central role.


The structure of the plan is dominated by symmetry and neatness. The spaces surround the stairwell as if turning life in a circle. The 150-square-metre apartment has three children’s rooms, one bedroom, one combined kitchen and living room, 2 bathrooms, and a closet.


The central idea of the modern interior was to preserve purity and to leave as many of the existing engineering solutions as possible replacing and/or covering only the essential planes. The apartment is dominated by subtle monochromatic colours and as much natural materials as possible, such as metal, wool, wood, and concrete. There is a lot of black colour in the interior which creates an impression of depth, acts as a leveller, and absorbs certain details. It ‘cuts’ the grey space into different zones and forms spatial structure.


The entire apartment has a unique l ighting system adjusted to the room height. It creates a network and gives the space integrity.

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    The key task for the authors of the project was to design a fully functional plan and to preserve as well as to emphasise the existing advantages of the space where people are playing the central role. The structure of the plan is dominated by symmetry and neatness. The spaces surround the stairwell as if turning life in a circle. The 150-square-metre apartment has three children’s rooms, one bedroom, one combined kitchen and living room, 2 bathrooms, and a closet. The central idea of...

    Project details
    • Year 2019
    • Work started in 2018
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Apartments / Interior Design / Custom Furniture
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