The center connects an interior, bazaar-like arcade with office spaces on the second floor and apartments on the third. Only a part was actually realized, which explains the abrupt closure on the east side. No real link to the city was ever forged. The wings on the side help keep the temperature inside around 6°C below the ambient temperature outside.
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