In spite of the fact that the location of the intervention is in an area of Bergamo characterised by the presence of a number of active structures for public use, it still presents itself today as an extremely fragmented territorial area. The aim of Arcoquattro's project in collaboration with Ecoedile Srl, in this case, was to create continuity between the pertinent spaces and the open spaces.
For this reason, the building's floor plan has a trapezoidal geometry that allows it to align with the street and relate to its surroundings through the extension of the pavement and the arrangement of open spaces. The entrance to the office areas is on the ground floor, which is lit by a beam of light that filters through the upper floors of the offices and manages to penetrate deeply into the interior of the building. The offices located on the upper floors of the building enjoy panoramic views thanks to the large windows that surround them. These are screened by sunshade slats that provide privacy and reduce solar radiation. The upper floors are materially in antithesis with the basement, being built with lighter technology. In this way, the metalwork of the former alternates with the massive reinforced concrete walls of the latter, creating a balance between spaces and the choice of different materials.