In the furniture solutions of the Emmanuel Levinas Center, history meets modern design.

Together with Lithuanian University of Health Sciences project manager Aidas Valiukevičius and architect Arvydas Akelis, ISKU Lithuania implemented the interior solutions for the new and old parts of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Emmanuel Levinas center in Kaunas, Lithuania. Visitors of the new center are welcomed to enjoy unique and comfortable spaces when attending science, innovation, and cultural events.

Adjustability ensures good ergonomics.

In cooperation with architect Arvydas Akelis, ISKU furnished the conference rooms in the new building of the center. The chosen solutions include ergonomic, modern design chairs, auditorium tables and chairs, as well as furniture solutions for the leisure time areas. The comfortable and ergonomic work environments are created with height-adjustable tables and work chairs.

The premises provide a functional venue for a variety of social, cultural, and other activities.

The older part of the center is characterized by solutions that meet the needs of different users but also reflect the historical premises. Honoring the long history of the building, it was important that the old part of the center reminds of the old times.

The Emmanuel Levinas Center organizes and carries out open social, cultural, and other various activities. The events contribute to the progress of the University, the society, the region, and the state, and cooperates with ambassadors and honorary consuls of the French Republic as the building used to house the French Embassy in 1926–1932.

LSMU Emmanuel Levinas Center, established in 2018, is a department of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. The goal of the Center is to research and disseminate philosophical, intellectual, and cultural legacy of a Kaunas-born philosopher Emmanuel Levinas (1906-1995). To perpetuate the historical memory and preserve that heritage, the building was named after Levinas. The old building is located in Kaunas, on the prestigious street of V. Putvinskis, in a historic house designed by Vytautas Landsbergis-Žemkalnis in 1926. Due to the new modernist architecture, Kaunas would often be referred as “Little Paris”.

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