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post updated 27 Feb 2020

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Lithuania Architecture

We select the major examples of Lithuanian Architecture. We try to select the most interesting Lithuanian Buildings. We cover completed Baltic states buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and competitions across Lithuania. Our focus is on contemporary buildings in this Baltic country.

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Major Lithuania Buildings / Projects, chronological:

20 Jul 2016
k18B Downtown Tower, Vilnius
Design: Studio Libeskind architects
k18B Building Complex in Vilnius by Libeskind - Lithuanian Architecture
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k18B Building Complex in Vilnius by Libeskind

7 Jul 2016
Klaipeda Dolphinarium, Vilnius
Design: Uostamiescio projektas
Dolphinarium Lithuanian Architecture
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Dolphinarium Building in Klaipeda

15 Feb 2016
Palanga concert hall, Vilnius
Design: UAB „Uostamiescio projektas“
Palanga Concert Hall
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Palanga Concert Hall Building in Lithuania

23 Nov 2015
Modern Art Center Vilnius
Design: Studio Libeskind architects
Modern Art Center in Vilnius Lithuanian Architecture
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Modern Art Center in Vilnius

Lithuanian Architecture News 2014

7 May 2014
Pavilniai Regional Park House, Vilnius
Design: G.Natkevičius and Partners
Pavilniai Regional Park House
photo : R.Urbakavičius
Pavilniai Regional Park House Lithuania

25 Feb 2013
Vilnius University Library Building
Architects: Paleko Arch Studija
Vilnius University Library Building
photo : R.Urbakavicius
Vilnius University Library
The library is on the outskirts of Vilnius. A relatively quiet and leafy location of the existing university campus is about to change significantly. In upcoming years, a new agglomeration of education facilities will emerge here.

Major Lithuania Architecture, alphabetical:

Headquarters of Prosecutors office, Vilnius, southeastern Lithuania
Design: KLAP – Kestutis Lupeikis Architectural Projects
Prosecutors Office Vilnius Lithuanian Architecture
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Prosecutors Office Vilnius

Litexpo Exhibition Pavilion, Vilnius

Architects: Paleko Archstudija
Litexpo Exhibition Pavilion
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Litexpo Exhibition Pavilion

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Vilnius
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Guggenheim Museum Vilnius Lithuanian Architecture
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Guggenheim Museum Vilnius : Lithuanian Design Competition
Shortlist architects : Zaha Hadid, Massimiliano Fuksas, Studio Daniel Libeskind

Swedbank head office building, Vilnius
Architects: Audrius Ambrasas
Swedbank head office building
photo : Audrius Ambrasas
Swedbank building

Lithuanian Buildings – No Images

Major Lithuania Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Kaunas Airport Passenger Terminal
Design: UAB Architektu Biuras G.Natkevicius ir Partneriai

Kaunas University of Medicine Library & Health Sciences Information Center
Design: G. Janulytes-Bernotienes studio

Multifunctional sports arena, Siauliai, northwest Lithuania
Design: E. Miliuno studija

Public Library of A.& M. Miškiniai, Utena, eastern Lithuania
Design: 4plius architects

Villa N, Vilnius
Audrius Ambrasas Architects

Weekend and Conference Centre, Kitzbühel
Architect D.Ciuta studio

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Lithuanian Office Buildings

Location: Lithuania, The Baltic – Eastern Europe

Developments in countries close to Lithuania

Belarus Buildings

Latvian Projects
Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art
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Russian Architecture
Moscow School of Management
photograph : Alexey Naroditskiy

Polish Architecture
Zlota 44 Warsaw
picture © Aldinger & Wolf

Estonian Developments

Ukraine Architecture

Romanian Building

Vilnius Guggenheim Museum Lithuania (linked above):
Guggenheim Museum Vilnius
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Buildings / photos for the Lithuania Architecture page welcome

Website: Lithuania