Plaster/Perforated aluminum structures with author's drawing
FORMS SIMPLICITY , COMPOSITIONAL CLARITY, SYMBOLISM
The building is designed in the same style as the architecture of the residential "Dutch Quarter" and is a part of the complex. The minimalistic facades are in harmony with the environment. Elements of the quarter's symbolism are integrated into the architecture in the form of tulip images made by perforating aluminum panels, which brings additional graphic quality to the architecture and refers to the underlying complex concept. The architectural image is based on Modern trends in European architecture, clean, straight forms, strictness revealing the building structure. The white color not only emphasizes the forms simplicity, but adds compositional clarity, revealing the main function as a welcoming, parade structure.The complex building consists of two parts connected by a canopy with a terrace located on it to accommodate the Café. Inside the building there are premises designed for retail, quarterly housing and utilities, rent for clubs, restaurants.