The building located on the busy boulevard of District 13 reminds the Chicago school’s architecture from the 20s and 30s. The limestone covered facade and the suited glazing as well as the handling of mass represents a unique style on the dynamically developing part of Róbert Károly, which suits well the busy road’s vibrating life.
The Laki Office building was constructed in 2 phases. The Róbert Károly side consists of 3 underground floors, a ground floor, 5 stories and 2 roof levels, while the Mohács Street side has 1 underground floor, a ground floor, and levels between 4–7. The building is fitted out with conference room, restaurant, cafe and car wash.