Reconstruction and completion of one of the two original buildings of the so-called “American Homeland”.
The original historical building with mansard roof was replaced by a “contemporary" appearance. The main structural interventions consisted of the demolition of the original internal staircase, the addition of a rear circulation wing with a staircase and an elevator, the completion of the last receding floor and the addition of a meeting room on "crooked red legs".
The material solution distinguishes the original mass (white render) and the extensions (cladding in dark grey Cembonite and exposed concrete in the interior). A characteristic expressive element of the facades is the shading, fabric awnings on the original mass and aluminium louvres on the large, glazed areas of the extensions.
Functional use of the building - ground floor, cafeteria, planography, archive and technical facilities, other floors, design office, administration, capacity of approximately 70 people.
Preparation of architectural study, complete project documentation, engineering and construction management.