Design is all around us, shaping our everyday lives. It affects our personality and the environment we create. We gathered a handful of urban design solutions that add color to the Eastern European region.
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The new public transport information columns of Šibenik inform people about local bus
It’s the spookiest time of the year: even regions that don’t traditionally celebrate Halloween are all about scares. To mark the occasion, we’ve rounded up the eeriest buildings and places in the area. Or should we say most haunted? Who knows...
1. Pidhirtsi Castle, Ukraine
The story of The Knotty Ones is like a modern fairy tale: three former college roommates, Akvilė, Danutė, and Sandra, decided they wanted to do something to promote their beloved traditions. The brand, in turn, not only brings Lithuanian cultural heritage into modern form but also delivers a very important
We have become the “voice” of pro-western Eastern European countries in Europe – Dr. Margarita Šešelgytė told Hype&Hyper on Lithuania. Interview about the Russian influence in Lithuania, the weaponized migration by Belarus, the Kaliningrad case, and Lithuania’s progressive China policy.
We can state that from an economic and geographical
The project of the century, the biggest shared investment in the Baltics so far, and the most important north-south rail link in Europe. All these headlines refer to one railway infrastructure project that cannot be underestimated. A new chapter in European infrastructure and trade is being built before our eyes:
Fake news, fake demonstrations, and incitement against NATO. The war is also being waged online. Russian, often paid, internet trolls are being countered by a secretive Lithuanian volunteer group: the Elves. From less than 50 Lithuanians at the beginning, there are now thousands of active elves in Lithuania and abroad.
Interior design and gastronomy—two phenomena that link Lithuania’s historical past and modern present in Vilnius’ city center. The uniqueness of Nineteen18 comes from this contrast while drawing attention to the natural beauty of seasonal eating.
1918: the year Lithuania regained its independence—in honor of which Nineteen18 was
One day, Lithuanian photographer Jonas Kryžanauskas and three of his friends decided to explore the two most iconic spots of Elektrėnai: an abandoned amusement park that has been left unguarded for 10 years and a power plant currently under reconstruction in order to meet EU safety requirements. The atmosphere of
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.