The building illustrates early attempts, based on recreating folk architecture traits, to construct a national style. “Tulpė” was one of the first cooperative houses to be built in independent Lithuania. Each floor had two five-room apartments. The main façade of this three-storey brick building is decorated with ornaments, done in relief, borrowed from wooden folk structures and imitating folk carvings: teeth, stars, and tulips. Year: 1925–1926. Style: National. Architect Antanas Macijauskas.