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urban furniture, landscape architecture

Contemporary cities face unprecedented pressure to rethink the ways they operate, especially those that have a large percentage of the Soviet-style building stock lacking public amenities that would draw community members together. Fabian’s Living Room, a new sculptural outdoor space located in one of the sleeping districts of Vilnius creates a new welcoming and sustainable social context for neighbourhood meetings around the public grills and other urban furniture made out of reused stone.


After our project team spotted a disused sporting lot near the residential houses on Stanevicius street in Fabijoniskes, we learned that it was never used and that there are no plans for the City to repurpose it. Several discussions with the local authorities and the inhabitants led to choosing this location to make it environmentally and community friendly for everybody. The context of the pandemic shed new light on the project since qualitative outdoor spaces became key to our physical and mental well-being.




A new outdoor space, Fabian’s Living Room, suggests alternative means to gather around the fire and food-making culture - the daily components linked to well-being and care.


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Project team - Sigita Simona Paplauskaitė, Justė Kostikovaitė, Bert Jacobs, Daumantas Kučas

Graphic design - Rokas Sutkaitis

Photography - Vilnius Municipality, Lukas Mykolaitis

Performing artists - Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė, Jolita Pabludo, Dave Says

Thanks to -

Vilnius Municipality, Lithuanian council for culture, Smoke dudes, Kuro aparatura

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