Four buildings facing towards east and west are like a bond with four pavilions of Riga's Central Market.
It is a fresh and radiating homage to Classic Modernism and yet stands as an autonomous sculpture of a house in an evergreen pinewood.
The borders between building and space become unclear in the interplay between inside and outside. Space, architecture and garden landscape become one.
A six-storey building with 10 flats as well as offices and administration facilities on the ground floor, is erected on the relatively small 470 m² site.
The new wood-clad building is divided into five parallel parts of different depth thus reflecting the scale of the neighbouring small buildings.
With all of this exquisite simplicity - the pool, jacuzzi and Turkish baths sparkle in real gold - a 24-carat gold leaf mosaic combined with dark green nacre.
The court is spanned by a shed roof structure, allowing the diffuse north light to enter the hall so that during the tennis game there would always be a smooth supply of light - nor shadows or direct sunlight.
Exhibitions, grand receptions, glittering parties, gala dinners, and concerts will take place in this guesthouse in a former art-nouveau villa near Riga’s Baltic coast.
Reconstruction and restoration project of a private house, which brought the nominee diploma in The Latvian Architecture Award (2019) to Vincents Architecture.
Vincents Arhitektura got the only nomination in the design competition for the project to renovate the Great Hall of the Dzintari Concert Hall.
The building structures integrated into the cross-wall construction have been fitted with differently designed balcony zones facing towards the east and the west, with ceiling-high glass facades that provide a high level of transparency.
Building design in minimum composition, client Møller Auto Latvia
This constructive step corresponds to the optimal area of the work space arrangement, which complies with EU (European Union) standards.
With a view facing the panoramic Old Town, a twenty-four storey building will rise up, its frame reminiscent of a tower composed of four cylindrical structures, but its shape - of a clover leaf.
The international competition for the best concept and architectonic solution of the supermarket SKY in the Baltic states and Russia has ended with a win of Vincents Architecture.
At the end of 2010, Vincent in cooperation with "Generalplanungsgesellschaft" and "Gianni Botsford Architects" participated in the reconstruction and annex project tender, where the project was highly appreciated and evaluated, as well as the promotional premium was awarded.