Stunning Villa G In Vilnius, Lithuania

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Due to its location within Vilnius’ Pavilniai Regional Park, Villa G was designed with modernism and fluidity in mind, which is why it blends with its surrounding landscape. The villa was built in 2014 by Audrius Ambrasas Architects and features 5,597 square feet of living space. Its layout is based on a pair of boomerang-shaped volumes with pitched roofs that mix with a common area featuring a flat roof.

The private living spaces such as the four bedrooms and a bathroom look towards the east, while the laundry room, boiler room, storage room, shed, garage and kitchen are found on the northern part of the house. The southwest is reserved for the common areas such as the dining room and the terrace that sits behind glass cases underneath an extended roof.

From the architect:

The main architectural idea was provided by its siting in the Pavilniai Regional Park : the house has to dissolve in the landscape. Curved roofs all the way to the ground, and fluid forms extended by timber pergolas, are the most important architectural means achieving this effect.

The building is designed on one level. Two boomerang shapes with pitched roofs combined with a shared common zone covered with a flat roof create its spatial expression. The utility zone is located in the northern part (a shed and garage, kitchen, storage room, boiler room, laundry). Four bedrooms and a bathroom face east.

The common zone is located in the southwest. The dining-room, recreational and active zones are planned here. There is a terrace behind glass cases under the extended roof.

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
Design Team: Audrius Ambrasas, Vilma Adomonyte, Darius Juskevicius
Area: 520.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of Audrius Ambrasas Architects

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