GA 200 is identified within the general assembly building as a blue body with elegantly rounded forms. At the back it blends with the curved and slanted gold wall of the GA hall. Its sculptural character will define the aesthetic principles for the new structures in the area to be redesigned. The rich dynamics of the perimeter should be seen from the inside as a single, unified surface. All right-angled walls will be removed, the perimeter rounded and the entire surface painted white. The inserted structures enter into a dialogue with the organic forms and consistently functional details that characterize the overall architecture of the GA building.
In outline, the ground plan resembles an abstract rendition of a butterfly. Its extended form will be optically enhanced to emphasize the feeling of wings spread out. Two essentially symmetrical, molded wings of larch veneer extend out into the room from the ceiling left and right. Forming an L-shaped curve down to the floor, they close off several rooms. The lobby extends full length between them. In the lobby, two additional room-defining shells out of walnut wrap around two seating areas.