Opening of the exhibition on October 15. 14:00.
Kęstutis Indriūnas in 1979 graduated from Juozas Naujalis secondary school in Kaunas. 1980-1985 studied at the Kaunas Faculty of the Vilnius Academy of Arts, received an education as an architect and designer.
He has been drawing since he was young. While still studying, he started exhibiting graphic and pastel works in Vilnius and Kaunas art salons and Kaunas artists' exhibitions.
K. Indriūnas is better known in Lithuania as a designer and architect. His original works have been evaluated in exhibitions and competitions. At the 6th specialized furniture exhibition (2000), he received the diploma of the best Lithuanian furniture competition for the bedroom furniture set "Vainius", at the 7th exhibition (2001) - the diploma of the same competition for the chair "Rokas 1". In the 3rd "Interior of the Year" competition (2007) for the interior of a residential house in Anykščiai, at the address S. Daukanto st. 5, he received a special nomination "For the most original furniture".
At the Lithuanian architecture exhibition "Looking at yourself 2003-2005", K. Indriūnas received the nomination "For the pulse of intimate time in the periphery" for the flower salon project "Rita's flowers" in Prienai. In the individual houses competition (2007), he prepared a residential house project in Anykščiai, at the address J. Biliūno str. 37, was included in the catalog of individual residential houses in Lithuania. At the Lithuanian architecture exhibition "Looking at myself 2005-2007" for the residential house project in Anykščiai, at the address S. Daukanto st. 5 (with co-author Dale Vileitiene) he was awarded one of the five equivalent prizes - the sculpture "Meter".
In the architectural ideas competition "Namas optimistui" (2009) for the project "Living House" (with co-author Kornelija Šinkūnaita) he was awarded 2nd place "For quiet true optimism, joy in simple things, continuation of architectural traditions". In the Lithuanian architecture exhibition "Look at yourself 2008-2009", the rural tourism homestead "Pušų takas" designed by him in the village of Ramaškiņi, Anykščiai district, was included in the catalog.