After a lapse of several years it was completely dilapidated, also the metal frame became rusty and unfit for service. The new building was designed on two levels with a total floor space of 7500 sq.ft.
The vertical load bearing elements are columns made from a spiral-type steel tube, laid in concrete. The horizontal load-bearing elements are two way stressed conventional reinforced concrete slabs cast in casings of the Almex systems. The span of the columns for the building is 6.5 and 16 ft and the storeys are 9 ft high. The character of the building in massing, materials, facades and interior furnishing and decoration is an interpretation of Disco style.
On the ground level there are ancillary facilities and coffee-house and on the next floor is situated a wide open terrace. An staircase leads from the beach level to the roof terrace. The door of the main entrance on the ground floor are of lightweight steel structures.
The arrangement includes new swimming pool and small architectural forms. On the shore there are subsidiary premises with a beachfront equipment. Furthermore, the ocean breeze carries salt in it that sparks the creation of rust quickly and will rapidly eat through tables and other outdoor equipment if it isn’t properly protected against. That’s why it makes so much sense to spend a bit more when getting outdoor tables and chairs to protect them. The project is ready and disco bar is partially under construction.