Reconstruction of the building. The building that served as a bank in Jekaba street 6/8 was built in 1929 by Architect H. Zeiberlihts, remodeled by Architect G. Berci and starting the year 1940 was used as a library. In the year 2016 this edifice was renovated to serve as a building for some commissions of the parliament. The structure of the historic building was completely preserved and some original details were renovated. The new addition in the yard guarantee a comfortable access to all levels and service functions.
Author: Andris Kronbergs, Arnis Kleinbergs, Jānis Zvejnieks.

Client: Administration of the Saeima

Address or location:
Jēkaba street 6/8, Rīga

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Main subcontractors, partners:
Project team: Donna Bormane, Simona Ozola, Uldis Jaunsubrēns, Ēriks Miķelsons, Kristīne Klišāne, Vilnis Uzors, Ivo Dzenis. Restoration: AIG, Daiga Lēvalde, Zanda Bikše. Furniture design: RKF, Aldis Circenis.

Author of photos:
Indriķis Stūrmanis