The project was awarded the First Prize of the National contest in 1996. It is a complicated multi-functional composition made of five parts. In spite of the multitude of different functions, the project is noted for the unity of aesthetics, volumes and space. Both the exterior and interior of the complex are distinguished by the abundance and diversity of forms and materials. It is the architecture that has totally walked off the “boxy buildingds” of rationalism and returned to the complicated structure of the Middle Age castles and monasteries, preserving the aesthetics of its time. The project was nominated for the European prize Mies van der Rohe.