The eighteen-story rectangular tower is enclosed by a gently curved glass screen that filters solar energy and thereby reduces air conditioning costs.
A wide ramp leads to the complex, through which a person gets to a rotunda covered with a glass dome. Above the path is a trellis, which is wrapped around flowering vines. And from the rotunda, surrounded by various screens and hoops, a view of the main building opens up.
All rooms of the town hall are illuminated by sunlight due to the fact that the concrete "plate" in the entire height of the building, which guarantees its stability during a possible earthquake, is made as narrow as possible. Also, all employees will be able to enjoy views from the windows of the city and the surrounding hills.
A special impression of the building is achieved by mixing different geometric shapes - curvilinear and rectangular, and different materials - concrete, the shiny metal grating of the curtain wall, glass and a deliberately rough stone surface.
The freshness of the project brings to mind Mayer's teacher - the outstanding modernist architect Marcel Breuer.