G.Natkevicius & Partners, an architecture studio from Lithuania, completed a the modern 3,078 square foot Summer House located in Birštonas. Here is an excerpt from the official project description the architects provided: the residence “is a 4 storey summer-house, 3 space garage plus storage and boiler-room, situated in the basement. Ground floor has a lobby, living-room, kitchen and sitting room. First-floor locates all the sleeping areas as for the second-floor one already steps into a terrace which overlooks the forest, river and a little chapel. The house is constructed to get all the advantages of the wonderful nature that Birstonas has to offer. Whilst being on the 2nd floor terrace, one gets a total privacy ( not to forget that the house has no fence ) and a full view of the city at the same time having the opportunity to enjoy the sun and the sough of the forest for the entire day. The facade of the house is covered with polished travertine panels. The details of Aluminum on the vitrines represent/expose different perspectives of each environment at the same time making the architectural structure interesting for the eye.” We appreciate the original appearance of this Lithuanian summer house and are looking forward to your comments and impressions.
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