The legacy of bourgeois Latvia
The name TWENTY is inspired not only by the house number and the tangible influence of British culture. It is also a tribute to the beginning of the 20th century - a beautiful era when Riga grew rapidly, becoming more beautiful with each day and the inhabitants of its most prestigious district created the history of independent Latvia.
Eminent owner — notable residents
The building was built by the architect Nikolai Nord according to the request of a well-known businessman and a major developer Ludwig Neuburg. In the days of free Latvia, a lawyer Karlis Dishlers, a painter Edward Gorsky and other intellectuals lived here.