The second prize-winning design concerns the conversion of the grounds of the Municipal Cleaning Company’s depot for theatrical purposes. The arrangement of the proposed development as several relatively independent facilities grouped around the internal courtyard – open-air garden – is an integrating measure in both spatial and functional sense. Such internal space of the complex is conducive to the interpenetration of various forms of activity. The former workshop building – the heart of the Theatre – is not predominated by the new development; on the contrary, it is the main structure not only in functional but also in architectural terms. The proposed houses are similar, simple and modest, differing only to the extent required by functional considerations. Their façades should not only form a uniform background to artistic events, but also emphasize links with the environment. The architectural solutions adopted are intended to create social links. The implementation of the idea of the internal courtyard – open-air garden whose space is connected with the surrounding facilities makes it possible to arrange various events, such as: open-air performances, film screenings, happenings, open-air exhibitions and any other performance actions, which may be fully open to the public (with free access from the outside) or restricted (controlled access), as necessary. Such events may differ in coverage, from the entire complex to its parts limited to individual buildings and adjacent areas.