In the interwar period cooperatives formed for the purpose of building residential houses. One of these was the “Butas” cooperative, organized by the Supreme Tribunal officials Liudas Ciplijauskas and Martynas Kavolis. There were nine apartments according to a standard plan in a five-storey rectangular building, only on the first floor near the driveway into the yard there were two small apartments squeezed in for service workers. The large five-room apartments were planned out rationally and comfortably, with separate public, private, and service zones. Year: 1931–1932. Style: Modernism. Architect Jonas Kriščiukaitis.