Swedbank's new head office building in Vilnius, Lithuania, designed by Audrius Ambrasas Architects, is now complete.
The building comprises two main parts; two 15 and 16-storey structures are present in the first part, while the lower second structure consists of the broken-lined parterre and the regular four-storey administrative office.
The building has a 4,500m² terrace, constructed on the stylobate part which offers views of the Neris river.
The ground floor, under the terrace features a wide space, which includes a cafe, auditorium, reading room, customer servicing centre and a business centre.
Polished stainless-metal plates are located on the blank façade walls giving it a multicoloured appearance.