Historic House Design
Neoklasika team has masterfully revitalized an architectural gem nestled in the coastal dune zone of the Gulf of Riga. Surrounded by the lush pine forest, the property on Vēju Street in Jūrmala boasts a magnificent landscaped garden, seamlessly blending with the protected biotope zoning.
Embracing the Essence of Historicism
The original building, “Grabes pansija”, was constructed at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
As an architectural monument of local importance, its historicism style presents the essence of late 19th-century summerhouses. Unique to Jurmala, the construction features stone and clay bricks, a gently sloping pitched roof, and well-preserved boulder and clay brick exterior walls with brick ornaments.
With meticulous attention to detail, Neoklasika has carefully renovated the damaged balconies and verandas, staying true to the building's historical image while meeting contemporary technical-engineering requirements.
A modern extension has been added to the swimming pool area, incorporating sleek glass, aluminium, and concrete structures.
Reimagining Grandeur - A Celebration of Artistry and Craftsmanship
The project showcases historic charm and contemporary luxury. A spacious gallery has been created by opening the 1st-floor lining, forming a stunning two-floor high guest room - the spatial centrepiece of the building.
As the original historical interior details had been lost over time, Neoklasika's team of experts has skilfully recreated the appearance of century-old interior finishes. Under their guidance, master artisans, including artists, stained-glass artisans, carpenters, and metalwork specialists, have brought the authentic impression of historicism back to life within the boarding house.
Accentuating the refined atmosphere, Neoklasika has curated a selection of stylistically harmonized furniture, lighting, and interior accessories from the finest European and global factories.
The result is design excellence, innovation, and customer satisfaction by renovating this historic house in Jūrmala.