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Dolphinarium in Klaipeda, Lithuania

Vilnius Contemporary Museum Redevelopment, Lithuania building design by Uostamiescio projektas architects

7 Jul 2016

Dolphinarium in Klaipeda

Design: Uostamiescio projektas, architects

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania

Klaipeda Dolphinarium

Dolphinarium Klaipeda

Dolphinarium in Klaipeda

Klaipeda Dolphinarium was built in the exclusive place of Lithuania- at the edge of Curonian spit, near historic fortress, where in 1973 sea museum was established.

Dolphinarium Vilnius

Dolphinarium Lithuania Museum

Dolphinarium Vilnius Lithuania Museum

Dolphinarium Vilnius Lithuania

Preparing dolphinarium reconstruction project one of the aims was to preserve and extend the the idea of stylized redoubt predetermined by architect Petras Lape (1924-2012).

Dolphinarium in Vilnius, Lithuania

Dolphinarium design by Uostamiescio projektas architects

Dolphinarium design by Uostamiescio projektas

Dolphinarium by Uostamiescio projektas architects

The project developed with minimal change to the southern facade, which reflected to newly designed northern parts of the structure, creating plastic form of the building, which suits specific surrounding natural and urban environment, and organically extends into the open outdoor pool with amphitheater.

Vilnius Contemporary Museum Building

Dolphinarium

Vilnius Contemporary Museum

On the top of the building the roof cafe with a terrace was designed offering a view to the Curonian lagoon and the Baltic sea. Over the dolphin living space the sunroof was installed, dropping the maximum amount of light into the pool area.

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Contemporary Museum in Lithuania Dolphinarium

Lights of visitors foyer are dimmed focusing the view on the acrylic windows of the pool, an underwater theme dominates in the whole space.

Dolphinarium Dolphinarium

Performance Hall, and outdoor swimming pool equipped with transparent acrylic walls allows an overview of the image under the water. Modest interior in the performances hall- dark brown laminated wood beams, white ceiling, walls and chairs- focuses the viewer’s attention to crystal clear blue water

Dolphinarium

Dolphinarium

Dolphinarium in Klaipeda – Building Information

Design company: Uostamiescio projektas
Architects: A.Stripinis, S.Stripinienė, E. Kaltanaitė, I. Mendelson
Construction design: R.Narmontienė, J. Bartkuvienė, M. Kasiulevičius
Object: Klaipeda dolphinarium reconstruction
Contractor: Kortas, UAB
Address: Smiltynes g. 4, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Year built: 2015
Area: 5570,16 m2
Volume: 38598 m3
Height: 15,45m

Dolphinarium

Photography: Leonas Garbacauskas

Dolphinarium in Klaipeda images / information received from Uostamiescio projektas

Location: Klaipeda, Lithuania, Baltic Region, North Eastern Europe

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