The design consists of two clearly separated planes – the original historical one and the modern one with contemporary features. For the original one, closer cooperation with historians and archaeologists may be required, while the modern one, protected against the sun by a flowing canopy, will create a pleasant public venue. The canopies made of hot-dip galvanised silver steel evoke the reflections of a water surface. Water which gives life to everything on our planet is thus manifested in the historical form of the tower, and in the architecture of our design. The metal floor grates infuse the area with light that constantly changes as pedestrians or cars pass over the grates – it is different in the sun, in the rain, at night; and when it’s freezing – a delicate white frost forms on the surface. However it changes, the quality of the light always contributes to an enchanting and enigmatic atmosphere at the location, inviting visitors to revisit it over and over. The presence of water in its domesticated form is felt throughout the entire area.