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March 25, 2011


I'm the first to admit that I'm no architectural expert (calling Jonny Duval-McDuck for some architectural input, wherever he is?) but I have a reasonable idea when something is aesthetically pleasing to the eye and Pavilniai House would have Kevin McLeoud jizzing in his pants. The private residence is located in Lithuania and was designed by Architectural Bureau G.Natkevicius & Partners who were able to produce a modern, streamlined structure while maintaining the historical aspects of the site. An amazing structure and it would make a pretty cool place to live. Click through to check out the gallery.

As can be seen from the images the outer glass structure essentially wraps and protects the inner stone-walled lodge which dates back to the middle ages. Even though the two structures are so different in their materials and textures the combination works so well with the expansive glass shell and modern interior fittings being broken up by the exposed brickwork and rustic textures of the historic lodge.

The interior arrangement of the house is no less amazing than the exterior incorporating 4 bedrooms, a library of ancient books, turkish bath, two car garage, living room, kitchen and dining room in what can only be described as a grandious open plan arrangement.

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