The house of Beras Goldbergas is marked by a simple yet harmonious façade and a rational plan. There were two three-room apartments on each floor. All elements are distributed evenly and proportionately in the symmetric composition of the façade. The somewhat thickened end parts near the second and third floor windows have narrow “French” type balconies, adorned with ornamental metal grates. The entrance is accentuated by a window covered by horizontal concrete stripes. The building was held to be modern and stylish; its pictures were published in newspapers. Year: 1937. Style: Modernism. Architect Volfas Brūnas.