Galbiati 1946 collaborated with a local architect to design and furnish the interiors of a contemporary guest house located in a tourist location along the Lithuanian coast. Situated next to the main villa, it’s style purposely juxtaposes the liberty architecture of the building next to it.
By looking through the modern and irregular windows, you will be able to see the indoor pool, spa, sauna, hammam and massage area. Galbiati 1946 designed the interiors and supplied the furniture, surfaces, lighting, and contemporary art.
The brands used are: Minotti, Poliform, Flou, Natevo, Desiree, Kartell, Tissettanta, Pedini, Meridiani, Kerakoll, and Gessi. The lighting products are by: Flos, Penta, and Fontana Arte, while the fabrics and curtains are by Decortex. Much of the furniture is made-to-measure and was supplied by the Galbiati’s workshop. The curation of the art was done by Oxana Maleeva of Artapart. The works of art have been selected carefully in order to coherently match the rest of the environment.
The massive and asymmetrical windows allow for natural light to permeate the entirety of the guest house. The lower floor of the guest house is dedicated entirely to the recreational area with an indoor pool, massage area, living area, and kitchen. The top floor is reserved exclusively for the bedroom suite.
LIVING AREA: the light that comes in from the glass windows gives amplitude and brightness to the living area. The use of natural materials such as wood, as well as the choice of colors for the fabric of the carpets and stools, match the exterior view perfectly.
INDOOR POOL & RECREATIONAL AREA: the guest house continues to the indoor pool with a unique view of the property’s park and the recreational area continues with the sauna and a massage room.
MASTER BEDROOM & BATHROOM: the blue color of the living area continues in the two bedrooms, brightened from the modern window. The same colors and materials are used in the modern ensuite bathroom.