Neringa spiritual landmarks



location_Neringa
size_n/a
year_2015
status_workshop
office_AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI
team_Milda Rekevičienė, Alda Tilvikaitė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Ieva Marcinonytė, Monika Augaitytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Lukas Rekevičius

 

AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI took part in workshop by  Zaviša Foundation, where we and other teams had to create a unique Neringa bus stop design, as it befits for a UNESCO world heritage site.

However, we found dozens of other places worth stopping by. So we played a godly dice game then and casted an archetypical cube to roll throughout miraculous Neringa landscape . It stopped in magical places and changed its face everywhere: it became a large meditation wooden cube somewhere in the sunlit woods, it became woodcarved witch talisman near the Mountain of Witchcraft, it turned to romantic shelter on the end of the longest breakwater, or it became a yacht racing buoy floating in the Curonian lagoon.

Near Pervalka turn it stopped to become a modest practical bus stop shelter. Wooden, simple, archetypical, respecting the unique context.

 













Neringa spiritual landmarks

location_Neringa
size_n/a
year_2015
status_workshop
office_AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI
team_Milda Rekevičienė, Alda Tilvikaitė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Ieva Marcinonytė, Monika Augaitytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Lukas Rekevičius

 

AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI took part in workshop by  Zaviša Foundation, where we and other teams had to create a unique Neringa bus stop design, as it befits for a UNESCO world heritage site.

However, we found dozens of other places worth stopping by. So we played a godly dice game then and casted an archetypical cube to roll throughout miraculous Neringa landscape . It stopped in magical places and changed its face everywhere: it became a large meditation wooden cube somewhere in the sunlit woods, it became woodcarved witch talisman near the Mountain of Witchcraft, it turned to romantic shelter on the end of the longest breakwater, or it became a yacht racing buoy floating in the Curonian lagoon.

Near Pervalka turn it stopped to become a modest practical bus stop shelter. Wooden, simple, archetypical, respecting the unique context.

 

Neringa spiritual landmarks



location_Neringa
size_n/a
year_2015
status_workshop
office_AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI
team_Milda Rekevičienė, Alda Tilvikaitė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Ieva Marcinonytė, Monika Augaitytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Lukas Rekevičius

 

AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI took part in workshop by  Zaviša Foundation, where we and other teams had to create a unique Neringa bus stop design, as it befits for a UNESCO world heritage site.

However, we found dozens of other places worth stopping by. So we played a godly dice game then and casted an archetypical cube to roll throughout miraculous Neringa landscape . It stopped in magical places and changed its face everywhere: it became a large meditation wooden cube somewhere in the sunlit woods, it became woodcarved witch talisman near the Mountain of Witchcraft, it turned to romantic shelter on the end of the longest breakwater, or it became a yacht racing buoy floating in the Curonian lagoon.

Near Pervalka turn it stopped to become a modest practical bus stop shelter. Wooden, simple, archetypical, respecting the unique context.

 













Neringa spiritual landmarks

location_Neringa
size_n/a
year_2015
status_workshop
office_AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI
team_Milda Rekevičienė, Alda Tilvikaitė, Karolina Štreimikytė, Ieva Marcinonytė, Monika Augaitytė, Rūta Stankevičiūtė, Lukas Rekevičius

 

AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI took part in workshop by  Zaviša Foundation, where we and other teams had to create a unique Neringa bus stop design, as it befits for a UNESCO world heritage site.

However, we found dozens of other places worth stopping by. So we played a godly dice game then and casted an archetypical cube to roll throughout miraculous Neringa landscape . It stopped in magical places and changed its face everywhere: it became a large meditation wooden cube somewhere in the sunlit woods, it became woodcarved witch talisman near the Mountain of Witchcraft, it turned to romantic shelter on the end of the longest breakwater, or it became a yacht racing buoy floating in the Curonian lagoon.

Near Pervalka turn it stopped to become a modest practical bus stop shelter. Wooden, simple, archetypical, respecting the unique context.