The Blend-in Czech Embassy of Addis Ababa consists in one main structure taking place in a generous plot with Eucalyptus trees. The whole project creates a campus that is a place of representation for the Czech Republic that blends with
its surroundings – Ethiopia.
It is a combine graphics project because he will combine the artistic artwork of Ethiopia and the artistic graphics of Czech, dynamic in perception because of Merge different graphics lines
The project aims to propose a new design for the embassy building that will allow for future development in the given area and its environs. And emphasizes its importance to the urban environment. A link between the north and south of the lot that will invite more to the building and connect all the buildings in the area that will emphasize the center here.
Upper levels are a daytime pavilion that blends in with the air and light. Those include the Official part where the daytime job takes place and the Ambassador's Residence that enjoys the most beautiful and clear views from the embassy to the area surrounding.
Lower levels spaces are curved through a mass that blend in with the ground – soil and water. Those include the representative spaces of the official part where social events take place and the Resident of the Czech embassy staff where everyday life is happening in a new land.
The construction and new geometry will be a floor from south to north of the plot and will integrate with the ground and create interesting and new places in the area
The pavilion is a wood and metal roof structure that goes all the way through in visual continuity, with long views through a sequence of spaces. Concrete supporting walls and glass enclosure are the other two vertical elements, blurring the idea of interior and exterior.
The composition of the landscape optimize the use of it's area for social events and recreational needs of the embassy staff. The security walls that surround the project are not standing straight and strict to the environment surrounding; they are not only a partition but also functioning as the Consular and visa building that is followed by an open street gallery of the Czech culture and the Building for local workforce.
The roof is draining rain water into a system of pools.