2005: Estonian Cultural Capital – annual best architecture award.
The complex is comprised of two separate office buildings for two different clients. However, as the buildings are situated right next to each other and were designed and constructed simultaneously, they are commonly perceived as a single ensamble. The complex with a total gross area of 31,000m2 includes a gym, multiple restaurants, parking and a covered public space for social events. The parti is defined by two office slabs: one of them vertical, the other – horizontal. The horizontal one cantilevers over the central street of the Tallinn’s business district – Rävala Avenue, to make for the most unusual appearance at the otherwise conventional streetscape. The space under the cantilever faces south and provides a perfect meeting place for people to engage in various urban activities.