Gdynia's Modernism in a modern style
The composition and details of this small-scale office building refer to the architectural tradition of Modernism, in particular the Streamlined style of the 1930s. The building was given a distinctive H-shape, which ensures that the internal space is well lit and gives a wide range of office space arrangement options. The lobby area design allows tenants to use it for business and social meetings. The materials and technical solutions used guarantee an above-average standard of office space, assuring increased efficiency in terms of reduction of energy and water consumption as well as air quality control. The building has passed the verification of multi-criteria environmental assessment and has been counted among the most sustainable buildings in Poland, receiving the LEED Platinum certificate.
The office building stands at the intersection of Kielecka Street and one of the main communication arteries in Gdynia - Śląska Street. Located nearby, the Fast Urban Railway station, St. Maximilian’s Hill, the bus terminus, and the Riviera shopping centre are all within walking distance.