The development site is a long plot of land whose east (short) end is adjacent to Głogowska Street, and the north (long) one – to Hallera Street. The office building is divided into two blocks, each consisting of five floors. One of the (“full”) is exposed to the south, while the other (“empty”) reaches the aforementioned Hallera Street in the north. The “full” part has narrow horizontal windows whose task is to allow as little heat into the building as possible. Moreover, such small-sized windows allow to control the amount of light in the interior, which helps avoid nuisance in modern offices where computers are used very often. The northern “empty” part is almost completely glazed. It is the representative elevation, giving an exhilarating panoramic view of the city. It was because of this view and an attempt to show the building is alive that we decided to push internal circulation spaces on some floors closer to the facade, creating two-floor high shared spaces. We have also inscribed the post-industrial character of this part of the city into the “DNA” of this building, using materials and specifically shaped construction elements. The southern part is roofed with regular trapezoidal sheet metal, while certain elements of the northern part – primarily the shared spaces – have been designed to resemble industrial lattice structures.