Awards “Mano Erdvė 2016” took place in the evening of the 17th of November and Centre for Civil Education received a title for the best public interior design. These awards took place for the second consecutive year; during this event the best interior realizations created by Lithuanian architects and designers are awarded.
The interior of the Centre for Civil Education was created by architects’ studio “Processoffice” (Rokas Kilčiauskas, Marius Kanevičius, Vytautas Biekša, Eglė Matulaitytė, Dovilė Krikščiūnaitė, Olga Voišnis). The building’s interior is characterized by the integration of historical details into modern space. The visitors of the exposition can see the exposed parts of the historical façade, uncovered crude foundation masonry and natural modern materials, such as plywood, elements of perforated metal that are used as wall decorations, furniture, window covers. The spaces at the Centre for Civil Education are designed for expositions and events. Functional connections in the architecture of the exposition help to present complicated content in a simple, interactive and playful way.
Interior design contest “Mano erdvė” is organized by the Lithuanian Architects’ Union, news site lrytas.lt and newspaper “Lietuvos rytas”.