The site is located in-between a five-story office building and an archaeological site, part of which extends in the plot itself. The proposal utilises the ample depth of the site for the formation of an elongated raised volume, which accommodates the required workplaces and auxiliary facilities. This volume is positioned in the western edge of the plot freeing up the eastern part for the creation of a terraced open space-garden, which acts both as the visual focal point of the workplaces as well as leading via discrete landscaping to the antiquities.
The principal space for activities and assemblies, the Multipurpose Hall, is situated along the road, articulating the interrelation between the street and the interstitial garden. Whereas in its relationship with the street the Multipurpose Hall projects a hermetic façade, in its correlation with the open space it formulates a porous interface of intense permeability, promoting their performative interdependence.