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Built in the past, loved in the present, remodelled for the future.

5 bedrooms

5 bathrooms

660 m²

Total living space

1000 m²

Land plot

Robin's greatest creation, which involved several hundred drawings, manifested itself in the interior. Endless attention to detail! Uniquely designed furniture and lighting solutions were born.

 

Villa Triskelion was nominated in "Best Interior in Europe" and "Luxury Residence in Europe" categories at the International Design and Architecture Awards in 2020. The awards were a significant achievement for both the studio and the value of the villa in the property market.

Interior

Living room
Living room

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Entrance
Entrance

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Bedroom
Bedroom

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Living room
Living room

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Features and amenities

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Creativity and designer’s experience was also applied to increase the appearance of the Villa Triskelion from the outside.  Robin’s biggest strength is lighting. In the evening the whole Villa is illuminated from every side. This feature gives a luxurious effect for both: people who are living inside and for others who are just passing by.

Black matte limestone was chosen for the terrace covering, which was also used in the interior. Exterior updates included a contemporary Ruukki steel roof design. The contract for panoramic wooden window frames and hiqh-quality windows was concluded with Megrame.

Main Villa
Main Villa

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Villa car entrance
Villa car entrance

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Main entrance to smaller Villa
Main entrance to smaller Villa

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Main Villa
Main Villa

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Exterior

Villa Triskelion plans

BASEMENT

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

Modern solutions and creative design elements add uniqueness. The entrance facade is marked by a distinctive sign created by the studio's chief designer, Robin Heinsohn, surrounded by a chrome metal frame. It is like a symbol that the old look has been replaced by modern design solutions.

The overall goal of the project was to increase the value of the luxury villa and create a contemporary, modern image that would attract investors and be adapted to family needs, work and leisure. It is a great honor that the interior photos of the project were published by the magazine "Design et al" and mentioned among other creators in the world presenting innovation and direction in the design industry.

About the project

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Communication

If you still have any questions left regarding our project or want to schedule a live tour, please fill out the form on the left or contact us with the information bellow.

+ 370 614 88 051

simona.heinsohn@gmail.com

Žolyno g. 46, Vilnius