Baltic Hearts is one of the most prominent examples of contemporary architecture in Vilnius, characterised by a mature and original architectural expression, as well as a sensitive composition within its surroundings.
The plot, located at the intersection of three transport arteries, features three moderate-height levels that look as if they are organically floating in the air, supported on asymmetric columns. The composition replicates the silhouettes of the surrounding hills of Šeškinė and harmoniously merges with the city’s landscape, without blocking the panorama of the old town that opens out from the top of the hill and the business centre’s terrace.
The plastic shape of the buildings highlights their lightness, and forms cosy spaces between the levels, while the materials used for the architectural solutions create an impression of softness and closeness to nature. The eye-catching precision of the buildings features interesting technological solutions, which help to camouflage the engineering equipment, and create an impression of lightness both from the inside and when looking at the building from the hill of Šeškinė.