is a minimal interior design located in Vilnius, Lithuania, designed by . The project’s focus was to target a sense of space and monumentality – features that the designers wanted to provide for a compact two bedroom apartment in the new Antakalnis quarter. The curved wooden shell tiles over the entire length of the apartment through the wall and the floor mirrors, as well as a white layer through the ceiling and wall. In between, a concrete form is inserted that serves as the bathroom. The three dominant substances “absorb” all the necessary functions inside and leave space for the play of light and shadow.
Photography by Leonas Garbačauskas