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The home with the spherical window is in a dense block of personal homes in Vilnius. 182 sq. meters, two-story home with a small storage quantity, which is a similar form scaled to the suitable measurement to suit one automotive.

The important thing want from the shoppers was to have a giant frequent area not divided by stairs in any manner. So we selected to maneuver the steps out of the primary perimeter of the home. This concept creates an attention-grabbing form that appears totally different as you stroll round the home. The north a part of the home with the steps has only one spherical window. It reminds us of a newly constructed birdhouse that waits for its dwellers.

Mirrored particulars throughout the home had been an phantasm to mirror the at all times altering environment, however not lots, just a bit bit. New homes, new folks, solar, day, and evening, only a glimpse of the environment which are mirrored within the wet look of mirrored particulars.

In the dead of night thermo wooden façade mirrored particulars create somewhat little bit of colour that adjustments and makes it totally different with a small chat or dialog with the environment.

The storage quantity created a non-public separation from the neighboring plot, however on the similar time it was not enticing to have a quantity in a non-public yard. So we mirrored it and, by phantasm, prolonged the yard into the parallel world. It labored, it seems good, and the shoppers find it irresistible.

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The inside construction is split into flooring. The primary flooring has a residing space, a visitor lavatory, a utility room, and a visitor – work room. The second flooring has three bedrooms and two loos, with a void to the primary flooring.

The south facade has a rhythmical window sample in order that the monolitic and laconic form of a birdhouse can stay as sturdy as attainable. A dangling terrace roof that corresponds to the general composition of shapes makes an out of doors household area extra inviting even when it rains.

The laconic form of the newly constructed home is properly seen in a really colourful surrounding, straightforward to determine as a recent construction, and creates a brand new path of recent structure in an older block of personal homes.

Pictures by Norbert Tukaj

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