Apartments in Missionary gardens



location_Subačiaus str. 20, 22, Vilnius
size_15470 m2
year_2013
status_competition, honorable mention
team_ Alda Tilvikaitė , Milda Rekevičienė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Ieva Marcinonytė,Guoda Bardauskaitė, Norbert Tukaj, Lukas Rekevičius

 

The project is in the Old Town of Vilnius – it is a margin, where the density of the old city center finishes and dissolves into spacious outskirts. The perimeters of the blocks break and mix with singular buildings. Backside of the lot overlooks a river with surrounding Old Town structures, therefore the area is sensitive to any visual addition.

Organic longitudial volumes are oriented perpendicular to the slope, opening spectacular views to the new inhabitants of the area, giving lots of space for the greenery, which is essential to the sight and blocks the inhumane Soviet hospital volume. The turns and the flexibility of the lenghs of volumes offer an opportunity for compromises and dynamics.

A gradient of greys, various balconies, wood teraces inbetween the blocks and vertical connections create different and changing semi-private spaces, comfort and human scale.

These simple or small details and solutions combine into a sensitive, but yet very powerful and comfortable project, suited most perfectly for the spot.

 















Apartments in Missionary gardens

location_Subačiaus str. 20, 22, Vilnius
size_15470 m2
year_2013
status_competition, honorable mention
team_ Alda Tilvikaitė , Milda Rekevičienė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Ieva Marcinonytė,Guoda Bardauskaitė, Norbert Tukaj, Lukas Rekevičius

 

The project is in the Old Town of Vilnius – it is a margin, where the density of the old city center finishes and dissolves into spacious outskirts. The perimeters of the blocks break and mix with singular buildings. Backside of the lot overlooks a river with surrounding Old Town structures, therefore the area is sensitive to any visual addition.

Organic longitudial volumes are oriented perpendicular to the slope, opening spectacular views to the new inhabitants of the area, giving lots of space for the greenery, which is essential to the sight and blocks the inhumane Soviet hospital volume. The turns and the flexibility of the lenghs of volumes offer an opportunity for compromises and dynamics.

A gradient of greys, various balconies, wood teraces inbetween the blocks and vertical connections create different and changing semi-private spaces, comfort and human scale.

These simple or small details and solutions combine into a sensitive, but yet very powerful and comfortable project, suited most perfectly for the spot.

 

Apartments in Missionary gardens



location_Subačiaus str. 20, 22, Vilnius
size_15470 m2
year_2013
status_competition, honorable mention
team_ Alda Tilvikaitė , Milda Rekevičienė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Ieva Marcinonytė,Guoda Bardauskaitė, Norbert Tukaj, Lukas Rekevičius

 

The project is in the Old Town of Vilnius – it is a margin, where the density of the old city center finishes and dissolves into spacious outskirts. The perimeters of the blocks break and mix with singular buildings. Backside of the lot overlooks a river with surrounding Old Town structures, therefore the area is sensitive to any visual addition.

Organic longitudial volumes are oriented perpendicular to the slope, opening spectacular views to the new inhabitants of the area, giving lots of space for the greenery, which is essential to the sight and blocks the inhumane Soviet hospital volume. The turns and the flexibility of the lenghs of volumes offer an opportunity for compromises and dynamics.

A gradient of greys, various balconies, wood teraces inbetween the blocks and vertical connections create different and changing semi-private spaces, comfort and human scale.

These simple or small details and solutions combine into a sensitive, but yet very powerful and comfortable project, suited most perfectly for the spot.

 















Apartments in Missionary gardens

location_Subačiaus str. 20, 22, Vilnius
size_15470 m2
year_2013
status_competition, honorable mention
team_ Alda Tilvikaitė , Milda Rekevičienė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Ieva Marcinonytė,Guoda Bardauskaitė, Norbert Tukaj, Lukas Rekevičius

 

The project is in the Old Town of Vilnius – it is a margin, where the density of the old city center finishes and dissolves into spacious outskirts. The perimeters of the blocks break and mix with singular buildings. Backside of the lot overlooks a river with surrounding Old Town structures, therefore the area is sensitive to any visual addition.

Organic longitudial volumes are oriented perpendicular to the slope, opening spectacular views to the new inhabitants of the area, giving lots of space for the greenery, which is essential to the sight and blocks the inhumane Soviet hospital volume. The turns and the flexibility of the lenghs of volumes offer an opportunity for compromises and dynamics.

A gradient of greys, various balconies, wood teraces inbetween the blocks and vertical connections create different and changing semi-private spaces, comfort and human scale.

These simple or small details and solutions combine into a sensitive, but yet very powerful and comfortable project, suited most perfectly for the spot.