Most likely, the proposal of German architects won the jury's sympathy for its solidity and impressive scale. The new building will stand out in size from the surrounding buildings, forming a kind of labyrinth around. It will also become a landmark marking the intersection of two important city highways for the townspeople. Thus, as the authors themselves note, it fully expresses the ambitions of this state institution.
On the first and second floors, there will be premises open to the general public: these are the foyer and exhibition halls. From there, the visitor will be able to get to the agency's assembly hall by a wide staircase. Even higher are the premises of various editorial offices and administration; management offices will be located on the two upper floors, protruding from the main volume of the structure.
Gardens will be laid out on the roof and inside the building itself, which will mark the separate areas of the building and create a pleasant atmosphere inside the institution.
The massiveness of the headquarters of the news agency will also be emphasized by the outer shell, which resembles a large network. The varying cell sizes visually structure the façade and set the scale for comparing the new building with neighboring structures.