The task for the architects was to reconcile the commercial interests of a private company with public interest, all in the premises of the national cultural monument of the former Warehouse No. 7. The Danube promenade was extended and artefacts were preserved from times when a port operated at this location. In addition to the above-mentioned offices, the building contains a gallery and a boat yard for boaters. In front of the building on the Danube there is a pier with a restaurant, a café, a swimming pool and a motor boat marina.
Offices (1st above ground floor, 2nd above ground floor, 3rd above ground floor) 4,850.05 m²
Offices (1st above ground floor, 2nd above ground floor, 3rd above ground floor) 474 employees
Representative multi-functional premises (4th above ground floor, 5th above ground floor, 6th above ground floor) 133.72 m²
Restaurant, commercial premises, congress room (1st below ground floor) 1,597.93 m²
Warehouses (1st below ground floor) 1,669.98 m²
Location: Bratislava-Staré Mesto, Pribinova ulica
Investor: SWAN, a.s.
Authors: : Ing. arch. Tomáš Šebo, Mgr. arch. Igor Lichý,
Ing. arch. Martina Krajmer Matušová, Ing. arch. Emanuel Zatlukaj