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Commercial and entertainment center ‘Riga Plaza’ in 71 Mukusalas Street, RigaTwo new private residences in 46/48 Balasta Dambis Street, RigaA multifunctional building in the site of “Destiny Garden” Memorial on Krievkalna Island, Koknese, region of Aizkraukle13-Apartment building in 13 Palidzibas Street, Riga„Regionala investiciju banka” bank office building in 15 Grostonas Street, RigaReconstruction of a building in 34A Rupniecibas Street, RigaOffice building in 1 Zala Street, RigaReconstruction and new building for a Maritime Museum in 55/56 ‘Veca Ostmala’ Harbour, LiepajaMultifunctional building complex located between Brivibas, Etnas and Maza Klijanu streets, RigaOffice building, 34 Maskavas street, RigaProposal for ‘KAIVA Commercial Center’ in the district of Dreilini, RigaProposal for the former ’Kometa factories’ territory in 4 Gulbju Street, RigaPrivate house in Ezermalas St., RigaProposal for Dreilini region in RigaProposal for a development on a territory in 10b Kengaraga Street, RigaMultifunctional Building Complex in the territory of 3 Kalnciema Street, 5 Kalnciema Street and 2 Ergelu StreetNew private house in 11A Miera Street, JurmalaPrivate and householder residences on Doles Island, Salaspils region

The idea of the project was to integrate the 2-story shopping mall’s functional requirements with a dynamic, long and flexible façade that reminds a common belt.

The ‘active’ surface of the façade responds to the dynamic surroundings (‘Salu Tilts’ Bridge and a busy transport network) and could be easily identified from distant points of the city.

The Daugava River, which runs along the entire country as a long ribbon, inspired the architects to create the sinuous form of the facades.

The dynamic character of the building is accentuated by the use of multicolored metallic sheets in the facades. The selected colors - grey, white, light blue and black - come from native costume motifs.

The illumination at night makes more impressive the facades’ irregular and sinuous lines.

Total area - 95 000m2

Covered parking places (3 levels) - 1 500 vehicles

Project 2002-2006

Construction 2007-2009


Architects: A.Kronbergs, D.Gravere, V.Uzors and B.Bula

Technical Architects: U.Jaunsubrens, K.Sulcs and E.Mikelsons

Interior design conception: A.Kronbergs and B.Hofenberg

Photos by Indrikis Sturmanis