G. Natkevicius & Partners architectural bureau has designed the house for a family of four in Palanga (Lithuania). The residence is separated from the sea by km-long parcel of a pine forest. It is built on a small hillside and is slightly raised above ground. Thus, the living space became oriented to the seaside. All supportive premises are located at the lower floor. This residence is formed of three blocks; each of them plays its own functional role. Thus, children`s bedrooms with a bathroom occupy the lowest block. The parent`s bedroom with a separate bathroom overtops the figurate foundation, which is used as a storeroom. The central block encompasses garage and entrance hall at the first floor and living room upstairs. All three residence`s parts are linked via glass passages.
Photo: Leonas Garbacauskas