Area: 83 sq. m
Team: Guoda Bardauskaitė, Marija Savickienė, Indrė Meidutė, Eglė Židonytė
Photographs: Algirdas Bakas
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It’s rather symbolic but this slightly rustic guest house with charred wood facades was founded on the foundations of a burnt house. The hut of the seaside residents previously standing here was small and had a roof of a similar shape so we clung to the old form of the house and adapted the interior to the needs of modern holidaymakers.
Our aim was to create bright and cosy suites, not much different in size to those of the campers standing in the neighborhood but accommodating as many overnight stays as possible. Four mini summer homes were created, each named after the cardinal directions. The larger suites got low but cosy ladder-accessed attics suitable for sleeping. Although quite modest in size, the space is visually enlarged by the roof-reaching apertures in the ceiling.
The guest house accommodates up to 16 people but terraces facing different sides ensure the privacy of all the holidaymakers.