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During its long history as a nation-state, tiny Lithuania has been a much larger Baltic duchy, a short-lived 20th-century republic, a postwar Soviet satellite and — now independent again — a leader in the field of cybersecurity. It’s a narrative that’s reflected — cleverly and unusually — in a newly redesigned plaza in the city of Kaunas, where history and modernity come together in a space that stresses mobility.

V-Plaza, as the reimagined square is known, was realized by the German transdisciplinary design practice 3deluxe to evoke “the innovative spirit of a country considered a pioneer of digitization.” Part of a larger redevelopment that included the firm’s linkage of disparate office buildings with a variety of new...

In Lithuania, 3deluxe Crafts a Sinuous and Multi-Purpose Public Square

A vibrant array of amenities dots V-Plaza, designed as a reflection of its modern baltic setting.

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