The aim – is to find a solution that connects or interacts with the environment.
In between – the city and nature,
Preserving the history – a place of the old riverbed,
Communicating with the context – connecting the city and nature.
Movement vs. tranquility,
Expressive, clear, bold but assisting to the adjacent buildings at the same time.
Subtly complementing the newly designed on the south side while supporting the perimeter of the street. The sensitive horizontal graphics of Lvivo St. façade seek to interpret the flows of the passing car lights.
Innovative, ensuring new and high quality – comfortable, plant and light-filled common areas and office spaces with outdoor recreation facilities (terraces, park, roof-top).
It is a modern office building, full of light, energy and vitality. The penetrating, moving glazed structures are like an allusion to the powerful, vibrant white river.
The urban fabric of the newly established Vilnius Central Business District in Šnipiškės is still in the transformation phase, therefore it is important to strive for structural unity and integrity. Emerging quarters and urban axes highlight the important parts: the high-rise center, the river valley, the old part of Šnipiškės as well as the axis of Konstitucijos Avenue and Lvivo Street.
The binary composition of the complex not only reflects the different urban codes, but also shows a kind of intersection of the natural (natural, flowing) and anthropological (restrained, closed). The river, which used to flow here, turns into a flowing, transparent structure of light and glass in the building, which penetrates the monolithic, dark “city wall” filled with traditional windows.
The flow that reaches the park becomes a diffuse, dissolving structure that becomes a kind of transition of the perimeter quarter to another morphological structure, the park space. This flow and melting is emphasized by the multi-level terrace system. The latter not only allows you to create a more comfortable relationship with nature, but also offers a system of more private spaces