Lunaarch architecture studio has just completed its Sun Path House in Lithuania.
Located at the small town of Kernave — a UNESCO world heritage site — the Sun Path House sits right at a bank of the Neris river and faces a pine tree forest. The home was built for a family of four as a holiday home and was created with a minimal footprint to preserve the highly-protected area — aspects like the building area, height, and roof angle were accounted for to meet strict regulations.
The modern design connects its inhabitants with nature and outdoor spaces via large windows and three terraces –the east for morning sunlight, the covered southern one is for midday light, and the western forest-facing one is for sunset views. The interior is stripped down to the bare necessities for increased openness and family interaction.
In other design news, NEIGHBORHOOD’s newest SRL drop features a mini greenhouse from Warlock.