Modern one-bed room house designed by Inblum located in Lithuania’s capital of Vilnius.
Description by Inblum To make full use of the area obtainable and to unravel performance issues, lastly turning a reasonably-sized flat of tight construction into a light-weight, spacious house to comfortably accommodate its residents throughout their brief stays in Vilnius – such was the undertaking goal as formulated by us and the shopper. First and foremost, we removed the construction based mostly on remoted rooms. Certain partitions have been eliminated making place for the large sliding doorways, thus forming a standard, multidimensional area. The flat turned visually bigger, and extra of the facade window space got here into view. The connection between the inside area, the terrace and the surroundings acquired higher integrity. Practically all dwelling space was skirted with a large windowsill. Besides combining the varied-objective zones into one widespread area, the windowsill included heating radiators. Its front room part turned a superb chest of drawers to retailer plenty of small issues. For this flat we designed a particular couch unit of separate items. It might simply be adjusted to you wants, let’s say, reworked into an additional double mattress. A air flow and air situation unit for the entire flat was built-in into the kitchen cupboard, whereas the lighting system was hid within the suspended ceiling aircraft. The geometrical types of the suspended ceiling compositionally united the dwelling-room and the kitchen areas, with all that they remained open, directed into the space by dynamic strains. Finally, the entire set of practical and aesthetical options made it potential to create a clear and harmonious area, open to life and improvisation. The “launched” area turning into open, the surroundings flowed into it, with all its delicate sounds and tender colors, with the inexperienced domes of the other church reflecting within the home windows.