Miesnieku Street 13, 15 and 17 are some of the most desirable addresses in Riga. The aura, history and charm of the Old Town make Vilhelma Nami a true oasis for the soul. The buildings in this old part of town have received the status of ‘Cultural Monument of State Significance’. The unique architectural style of the buildings attests to their original function as warehouses in the 17th and 18th centuries. The buildings are now being brought to life through reconstruction efforts that started in 2013 and are due to be completed in 2015.

Building 15, the central one, houses two apartments, while buildings 13 and 17 house four and six apartments, respectively.
The design concept of Vilhelma Nami will appeal to those who wish to not merely live life, but enjoy it to the fullest. They seek and appreciate all that is truly valuable. White is the dominant interior color which enhances a feeling of space and allows accents like the revealed brickwork and the exposed beams to come to the fore. No interior element is there by chance, every detail has been chosen to create a feeling of cosines, serenity and elegance within the massive stone walls. Only internationally renowned, iconic brands and designers were used in the choice of finishings and furniture, thereby ensuring that the value of the interiors does not diminish as time goes by.

Contemporary art and specially chosen objects have been sourced from auctions and antique dealers throughout Europe to embellish the interiors. The light fittings have been chosen from the Japanese lighting designer Ingo Maurer and from the collection of Philippe Stark’s company Flos. The fireplaces are from the French company Focus. Kitchen and bathroom fittings come from the Italian design company Rexa and the Spanish brand Inalco tiles have been used throughout. Furniture has been chosen from Italian brands such as Driade, Gervasoni, Cassina, Boffi and other exclusive manufacturers.