Alternate feeling of spaciousness and intimacy. Salt house by Brigita Bula Architects

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Structure.- Kaspars Bondars.
245 sqm.
Pavilosta, Latvia.
Reinis Hofmanis. Aerophotos.- Valters Videnieks. Garden photos.- Sintija Gadiga.

Brigita Bula. Brigita Bula Architects

Brigita Bula is a lead architect at Brigita Bula Architects. They make considerate and long-lasting architecture for green and future-minded individuals and organisations.

Their portfolio is diverse and includes holiday homes in remote locations, offices for international law and tech firms, manufacturing companies, public buildings, cafes and bars, and a few exhibitions. All their work is united by being rooted in its place. They put nature in the center and consider human as a part of it. More and more they think about how to adjust themselves and their clients to the place, not to adjust place to all our instant needs and whims.

In 2019 Brigita Bula Architects received National Architecture Award - Golden Pineapple for Salt house in Pavilosta. As a national entrant the project later was nominated for Mies van der Rohe Prize 2020.

In 2012 a holiday house in Kaltene designed by Brigita Bula Architects has been recognized by being awarded the Latvian National Architecture Award. As a national entrant the project later was nominated for Mies van der Rohe Prize 2013.

Prior to founding her own studio in 2013, Brigita Bula was known as a project architect at Arhis design studio, the leading architecture practice in Latvia. She has collaborated with Sutherland Hussey Harris (Scotland), Jan Kaplicky (UK), Neuteling Riedijk Architects (NL) and Ventura Trindade Arquitectos (PT) on different projects and competitions.



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