Photo - Guoda Jucevičiūtė

56. The interior of Valdas Ozarinskas loft


ARCHITECT – Valdas Ozarinskas, 2011 m.


Valdas Ozarinskas (1961 – 2014) was one of the brightest representatives of interdisciplinary art and conceptual architecture. He created his home radically: he used multi-functionality, he created both from scratch and also adapted already existing industrial objects. “A ship stuck on a slope” – that was the vision of the architect when he first saw this for-sale plinth floor space on St Steponas street. He completed his vision thoroughly: from the grey marine plywood finish, iron beams, water motifs, and stainless-steel detailing, to manufactory buttons, massive metal screws and other industrial objects. Everything in this house is unique: no synthetics and no mass produce items. This space is a piece of art, in which the architect resurrected and applied industrial design items for their second life.

Visit the “ship” of Valdas Ozarinskas: this is where you can get inspired how to unconventionally decorate your home. According to the architect, he “wanted descriptions other than pretty, prettier, even prettier.”

Visiting time

2019 April 27 Sat 10:00–20:00
2019 April 28 Sun 10:00–18:00

Tours are held every half hour. Tour duration - 45 min. Last tour on Saturday is at 7 pm; Sunday - 5 pm.

How to get there?

Closest bus stop - Aguonų.


Sv. Stepono str. 14
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