The new monastery is the first project designed by the famous architect Mario Botta in the area that the Parish center of the Divine Providence is developing in L’viv, one of the main Ukraine cultural center.
The building is located near a newly built church and has the function of host the priests of the parish, the novices, a group of disabled people and foreign guests.
The exterior facades are characterized by exposed red bricks coating with outdoor flooring and skirting in black basalt.
The porch, with lots of windows and also covered by bricks, distributed outside the main entrances, ends on the east side with an another high bell tower (blade vertical mullion type) and then will continue to the west to link up the monastery to the future construction of the church.
The bricks façade cladding hides an insulated and ventilated façade supported by a reinforced concrete structure done by metal supports.
The foundation consists of a continuous groundwork resting on piles made necessary because of the inconsistency of the underlying soil, the interior partition are plaster white painted and they are interrupted by white maple hand-crafted flush doors, the linings of all the main rooms are made of classic travertine marble while for the local service are made of stoneware.
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