The estate - the former  Palace of the State Fisheries -  is located in Tulcea,  Republic Square No.2 and is included in protected urban site, over time being  the headquarters of the  "Fisheries Administration of the State" and the "Danube Delta Center". Today is partially equipped for functions open to the public: private club.

   The building, monument dated to the period 1910-1914, is intended to be rehabilitated and  re-valued by  reentering  in the city of Tulcea economic circuit through outdoor and indoor fittings adapted to the new functions for public interests.

    The constructive system consists of bearing and non-bearing brick walls on stone foundations and floors with wood structure and with "I" profile steel beams strengthened locally, apparently, and with support-metal poles. Bridge attic framing is of wood, skylight over the central hall upstairs and a few light field snuff. Construction of the main volume structure develops relatively ordered,  by successive addings of functional spaces. The main body is structured with the arch of brick pillars with rectangular tissue interior and exterior bearing walls. Wings are developed from the central node in parceling angles adapted to the limits and the original requirements of the  space partition  with a tissue-network with honeycomb wall thickness of 60 cm to 35 cm outside-inside, with partitions of different materials - of 12 cm brick to wood or metal frames or closures of drywall or plywood panels. During the operation period the construction  was subjected to structural strengthening  after major earthquakes or during some building work nearby

    Given the location in the central area, with a  high representativeness, accessible both for locals and for those in transit or business travel,the  property offers generous areas to run activities for the public - leisure, urban service various type agencies, offices and branches, offices, catering, etc., under  direct use or rental.

     At the request of the owner-beneficiary of the work, we proposed to open new accesses for the public and arrangement of terraces,in order  to give a new function for the ground floor of the existing buildings.
  The proposed interventions respects the principle of reversibility, the effort to recompose the original image of the building being minimal if necessary (recovery masonry and plastering the two fences of holes,  easy dismantling steel structure) Vertical systematization and exterior works of the building are a natural complement, while achieving pedestrian paving and rainwater drainage system.