It will house the Center for Drawing and the Center for Freedom, two completely different cultural institutions, united by the will of the city authorities.
The new building will serve as the backdrop for the Santiago Calatrava transport terminal, as well as a gateway to the Michael Arad Memorial. The rectangular volume is raised above the ground on supports so as not to block the park behind it. The ramp leads to the open foyer, where visitors can choose where to go: to the south, where the Freedom Center dedicated to human rights will be located, or to the north, where exhibitions of various types of graphics will be held.
The upper levels of the five-story building will be occupied by halls that will be rented out for various cultural events. There will be a garden on the roof.
A huge light well will pass through the entire structure, through which the sun's rays will penetrate to the platform of the transport terminal underground.