The top-floor office windows overlook the roof of the former car park, which now has a roof garden - the largest this kind of garden in Latvia.
It reflects classical modernism and at the same time it is a sculpture of an autonomous building enclosed in the everlasting green pine forest.
The villa is situated on the spacious territory, on the coasts of the river Lielupe, combining the beauty of the nature with the modern life style and design.
The guesthouse includes 4 closed apartments, library, cinema, art galleries, conservatory, dining room, professional kitchen and Japanese stone garden with 3 cascade waterfalls in the inner courtyard.
The building along with it's garden have gained charm, elegance, imperceptible lightness and meaningful quality of life.
A teahouse, inspired by Japanese architectural style, appears to float over a water basin, which complements the building and garden ensemble.
The building and the garden are designed to emphasize the proximity of the sea and to create a link between the indoor and outdoor space, as well as to open the living and relaxing areas to the inner courtyard and dunes.
Conservatory with lagoon-style pool and subtropical garden, SPA area, gallery and patio with garden.
The garden is created as an emotional experience to its observer. The colorful flowerbed captures the viewer's attention and accompanies it to the courtyard garden, is designed in the geometrically asymmetric composition.
The landscaped square with a sculpture will define the city's space, creating a new meeting and sightseeing place in Rezekne.
The concept of the island park Zirgu is based on the unified, space-structured dialogue between the territories of the active and passive recreation, contributing to the high-quality development of Lake Liepaja surroundings in the future.
The new River Park will form the new face of Daugavpils by offering wide range of leisure and culture opportunities for the residents and guests of the city.
A concept of residential house and garden designed by Vincents Architecture.
The garden paths are designed in irregular rhythm of pale granite or quartzite stone slabs and large, white decorative pebbles.