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Lithuanian National Art Gallery

Lithuanian National Art Gallery

The Lithuanian National Art Gallery is a multi-functional center for the arts and culture.
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The Lithuanian National Art Gallery was built in 1980 and subsequently used as a museum but at a later stage, the building’s structure and engineering were no longer considered suitable for exhibiting art. This led to extensive redesign and redevelopment work.

Architects Audrius Bučas, Darius Čaplinskas and Gintaras Kuginis were commissioned with the reconstruction and renovation of the National Art Gallery, and in 2009, after 5 years of building work, it was re-opened. The architects retained the building‘s primary structure, added an extension and supplemented the building with new forms and materials.
The Lithuanian National Art Gallery now houses exhibitions of XX and XXI century modern and contemporary art.

Project Information

Address
Konstitucijos ave. 22, Vilnius 08105

Country
Lithuania

Website
http://www.ndg.lt

Completion
2009

Project Type
Renovation

Building Type
Office building

Product Lines
Uponor Classic, Uponor Q&E, Uponor Vario PLUS

Size
Uponor Classic, Vario PLUS, Quick & Easy

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