During the interwar period, K. Donelaitis Street became an important artery of the city. Here, one after the other, new structures were planned, the most important state institutions were established. In 1937 the line of the representative buildings in K. Donelaitis Street was supplemented by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Trades. The building exemplifies the following features of Lithuanian architecture moderation, seriousness, and synthesis of architecture and applied arts. The entrances are accented by two emblematic reliefs “Industry” and “Trade”. The monumental frescoes of Petras Kalpokas merged organically in an edifice for which the architect received a Star of Golden Work awarded for “Achievements on Behalf of Lithuanian Prosperity”. Year: 1938. Styles: National, Modernism. Architect Vytautas Landsbergis-Žemkalnis.