Villa “Owl / “Vila „Pelėda“

The villa “Pelėda” (“Owl’) reflects the spread of modernism in wooden resort architecture. In 1 939, the building was built in a newly acquired plot by banker 10 rooms were set up in the building connected by a corridor system, which has been preserved. The symmetrical facade of the building, consisting of a plane in the centre with side parts, which are pulled back to add some variety to the volume of the building, is connected by massive balconies on the second floor. The space underneath them houses the main entrances to the building and terraces with a row of windows. In 1997, the building was included in the Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties of the Republic of Lithuania.

Birutės al. 51, Palangos m., Palangos m. sav.