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Students at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of Installations

10:15 - 28 August, 2016
Students at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of Installations, Dream Dune. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko
Dream Dune. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko

The 2016 European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) has concluded in Nida, Lithuania. Centering around its title theme of "Not Yet Decided," the two-week event included 35 workshops, with over half of the results still available to view around Nida. Among the most noticeable are "Highlight," a 10-meter tall observation tower close to Nida's lighthouse, a "nomadic theater" named "Atmosphere," a relaxation space known as "The Living Room" at the end of a pier, and a sculptural seating installation on the beach known as "Dream Dune." Read on to see images of all the completed installations.

Studio Libeskind's Faceted Tower Wins Competition for Mixed-Use Complex in Lithuania

08:00 - 17 July, 2016
Studio Libeskind's Faceted Tower Wins Competition for Mixed-Use Complex in Lithuania, Courtesy of Studio Libeskind
Courtesy of Studio Libeskind

Studio Libeskind has won an international competition for the design of a mixed-use tower and complex in the heart of Vilnius, Lithuania. The 20,000 square meter building will feature offices, a luxury hotel, restaurants and public amenities and will be located at the intersection of the White Bridge, the Neris River and Old Town.

Inside "The Baltic Pavilion" at the 2016 Venice Biennale

07:00 - 20 June, 2016
Inside "The Baltic Pavilion" at the 2016 Venice Biennale, © Laurian Ghinitoiu
© Laurian Ghinitoiu

As part of ArchDaily's coverage of the 2016 Venice Biennale, we are presenting a series of articles written by the curators of the exhibitions and installations on show.

Curators Reveal Theme for Inaugural Baltic Pavilion at 2016 Venice Biennale

04:30 - 25 February, 2016
Curators Reveal Theme for Inaugural Baltic Pavilion at 2016 Venice Biennale, Lasnamae – Tallinn, 2016. Image © David Grandorge
Lasnamae – Tallinn, 2016. Image © David Grandorge

The Baltic Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, representing Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, will explore the "transformative efforts at play" that are currently "reprogramming an inert region beyond the delineations of separate nation states." It "intends to explore the built environment of the Baltic States as a shared space of ideas." Located in Enrichetto Capuzzo's Palasport Arsenale Giobatta Gianquinto, a Brutalist architecture sports hall located next to the Arsenale, the exhibition will also be accompanied by a series of related events that will be presented in the form of a cross-section through Baltic space unfolding as "a non-linear stratigraphy."

Series of Bus Stops Along the Curonian Spit Will Connect 6 Previously Isolated Villages

08:00 - 14 February, 2016
Series of Bus Stops Along the Curonian Spit Will Connect 6 Previously Isolated Villages, Signs for the Curonian Spit by AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI. Image Courtesy of Architect Algimantas Zaviša Charity Foundation
Signs for the Curonian Spit by AKETURI ARCHITEKTAI. Image Courtesy of Architect Algimantas Zaviša Charity Foundation

The Curonian Spit in Lithuania contains six main villages: Smiltynė, Alksnynė, Juodkrantė, Pervalka, Preila and Nida, all connected by a single narrow road surrounded by water on both sides. As such, buses are the only public transportation that can connect all six villages. As part of an annual seminar to elevate the architecture of the Curonian Spit, a series of 5 bus stops, within the Neringa region of the spit, have been planned for construction. Specifically chosen to improve the cultural and social function of a typical piece of infrastructure, each bus stop uniquely elevates the qualities of the village it will be built for. See the five planned stops after the break.

Libeskind Unveils Design for New Lithuanian Modern Art Center

14:20 - 24 November, 2015
Libeskind Unveils Design for New Lithuanian Modern Art Center, © Studio Daniel Libeskind
© Studio Daniel Libeskind

Plans have been revealed for a new Modern Art Center (MAC) in the historic city of Vilnius, Lithuania. The 3100-square-meter "three-dimensional public space," as architect Daniel Libeskind describes it, is designed to be a "cultural gateway" that connects the city's 18th century grid and medieval walled city. 

Daniel Libeskind Releases Design for Vilnius Leisure Center

00:00 - 6 January, 2015
Daniel Libeskind Releases Design for Vilnius Leisure Center, © Eyal Shmuel
© Eyal Shmuel

Daniel Libeskind has been commissioned to design a leisure destination for the Lithuanian city of Vilnius. Perched on the highest point in the city, between Vilnius’ historic center, business district and airport, the “Vilnius Beacon” aims to become a cultural and recreational attraction at the Liepkalnis Ski Hill that offers a range of summer and winter activities. 

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