The Eclectic Style House Design Transformation
In the heart of Riga, back in 1867, a vibrant and unique house was built on what is now known as Aristrida Briana Street. Known as the House of Maikapars, this eclectic residence was named after its second owner, the esteemed industrialist Zāmuels Maikapars.
Today, Neoklasika's skilled team of architects and designers has given this eclectic house design a new lease of life, honouring its rich heritage while infusing it with contemporary elegance.
Preserving History and Embracing Change
Neoklasika was entrusted with the latest reconstruction of the House of Maikapars, tasked with developing an interior project that both respected the building's history and preserved its existing elements. In addition, the team was responsible for creating a harmonious exterior, considering the eclectic concepts of previous designers.
The villa's facade now boasts a striking red hue, contrasting white textured decors and whorls, a glazed recess extension, and a balcony.
An Eclectic Style Home Design with a Touch of Neoclassicism
Inside the House of Maikapars, two floors and a basement level offer a variety of spaces, including offices, halls, a dining area, a winter garden, and a grand staircase leading to the second floor. The basement houses a luxurious swimming pool and sauna.
Although the second floor's original functionalism could not be restored, its layout closely mirrors the first floor's.
Neoklasika's creative vision for the House of Maikapars involved a graceful infusion of neoclassical elements into the eclectic home design.
The interior now boasts a rich palette of creamy tones that elegantly contrast with the red parquet flooring. Ornate and elegant murals with floral motifs adorn nearly every room, accompanied by finely textured decors. Classic and refined furnishings featuring wooden and leather finishes and exquisite Swarovski crystal chandeliers enhance the atmosphere of sophistication.
An Iconic Legacy Reimagined
Neoklasika's careful craftsmanship and expertise have transformed the House of Maikapars from an eclectic house into a magnificent palace.
Its historical heritage is now seamlessly interwoven with new interior styles, creating a timeless and extraordinary space that beautifully represents Neoklasika's commitment to design excellence, innovation, and personalized service.