The object of the study was an existing building with modernist features. According to the Investors' requirements, the object after the changes was to combine two functions: a rehabilitation office on the ground floor and a flat on the first floor. Due to two different purposes, internal communication would become cumbersome, so the building has been extended with a staircase, with a separate entrance.
Another aspect of tight, downtown buildings is the lack of a garden. The solution to this problem is the superstructure over a part of the building.
A roof garden with a beautiful view of the square is planned above the rest.
In the existing part of the building the window openings have been enlarged, whereas the superstructure was created in a modern, bold form, designed to allow as much light as possible to enter the interior, while meeting the conditions of the Local Development Plan requiring the use of slanted roofs.