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After a period of mutual and positive reflection the company is moving into new areas operating separate practices and exploring distinct interests.
This means that Implant Architecture & Design will continue under the direction of founding partner Mantas Petraitis, whilst Sandra Dumčiūtė & Audinga Andruškevičiūtė will be moving forward with their own practice Studio  S AND.

While we’re working on to present our brand respectively, please get in touch:

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Po produktyvių bendro darbo metų, kompanija nusprendė judėti skirtingais keliais. MB Implant Architecture & Design toliau gyvuos vedama kompanijos vardo įkūrėjo architekto Manto Petraičio. Tuo tarpu, architektės Sandra Dumčiūtė ir Audinga Andruškevičiūtė tęs darbą Studio  S AND vardu.


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mantas@implantarchitecture.com
audinga@sand.lt
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SD Loft
Residential Interior

100 m2
Vilnius 2019

Foto: Norbert Tukaj





           









                   








   





The newly built contemporary loft space sits within a recently extended industrial building attic in the so-called Ševčenkos loft area in Vilnius.

The loft was designed for a young couple whose desire was to own a simple yet spacious and bright apartment that not only served as home but as an occasional work, co-work and co-living space as well. The proposed design aimed to maintain the original spaciousness of the newly built roof and seeked to create a space that is unpretentious and clear.

Elements of the primary roof structure as well as the added mezzanine structure were left exposed where possible, thus creating a sense of depth and texture to the proposed interior space. A special attention was paid to door details that were to blend in within walls seamlessly. Architrave-free pivot and sliding pocket doors move and rotate easily adding a sense of dynamic movement and spatial complexity. 

A combination of pale walls, exposed concrete surfaces and wood create a simple interior background that is accentuated by free-standing furniture.

© 2019 IMPLANT Architecture & Design