AMZS Center was built for the purpose of automobile industry at the end of the sixties. Structural design of the building is a descendant of garages Triplex A which the same architect evolved somewhat earlier. AMZS building combines: the information service, help desk road test and service offices inside. Building has symmetrical layout and two cantilever wings with offices. Among them is a meeting room that can be covered by a pitched roof. The appearance of buildings like the majority of the buildings architect Sever provides visible reinforced concrete construction. The building was improperly renovated in 2000 - its original design is barely recognizable. In addition AMZS Center once stood a pavilion for technical inspections of the same author, which was demolished in 2000.
AMZS Technical Centre
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