Solar Path Home by LUNAARCH

Solar Path Home is a stunning wood retreat situated in Kernavé, Lithuania, designed in 2020 by LUNAARCH.

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The Solar Path Home is located in a small historic city known as Kernave. This city is situated on the appropriate financial institution of the river Neris, going through the outdated pine tree forest. Kernave was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage website in 2004. This historic land with forests and hills is the proper oasis to run away from the town hustle. This home was created as a vacation dwelling for a younger household of 4.

Because the website is in a extremely protected space, this mission needed to meet strict rules relating to building, constructing space, peak, even the roof angle needed to meet sure necessities. Crucial process was to create a contemporary piece of structure while adhering to the regulatory necessities that combine into these lovely environment.

Whereas creating The Solar Path home numerous 4 consideration was paid to the outside areas and their reference to nature. The massive forest-facing home windows erase the barrier between the inside and the outside creating a robust reference to nature. To focus on the great thing about the environment three terraces that comply with the solar was constructed: the morning espresso and the awakening of nature will be loved on the East terrace, the lined South terrace is ideal for the noon solar and the West forest going through terrace is ideal to wind down and look at the sundown.

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There’s nothing pointless neither inside nor outdoors the home: solely sensible and purposeful furnishings and home equipment. It provides a way of area and doesn’t intervene with having fun with the great thing about nature. The home is stuffed with the laughter of relations and scattered kids’s toys.

Pictures by Aistė Rakauskaitė


– by Matt Watts