The Pavilion was aiming to be a first class, modernized, functional building and a place for display and have public activities. The project focuses on providing optimum integration with the surroundings and on integrating office functions with exhibitions ones.
To combine with the existing situation, including the traffic and the road network, a public square for people who enter the building was created, which also needs to satisfy the needs of an attractive view and providing a place for people to gather. This starting point gives life to a building that strives to engender an event: a centre of urban institutional attraction.
Located on a site south-east of the important People's Square (the largest and most popular of all the city squares where the national flag waves solemnly over various imposing governmental buildings and the monument to the Communist Revolution) offers a place of encounters and exchanges. Despite the dominant political atmosphere of the place, recent renovations have helped to make this a pleasant spot and the Urban Planning Pavilion intended to be a new injection of life, creativity, innovation and culture.