Only the foundations remain in the Iveron Church and the house of the Abbess, which cannot be restored. The foundations were not badly damaged and after their examination, it was decided that they could be used. Thus, the configuration of the plans, the specified loads and the style agreed with the client determined the architecture. However, we decided to preserve the altar part in the church, provided that it is fully restored. Part of the wall remains not plastered as a memory of the war. A memorial chapel with a cross is installed behind the altar.
The house has a fully utilized first floor for residential cells. There is a refectory, a kitchen, guest cells, a library, a living room, a bathroom, and a boiler room on the ground floor.
The rest of the buildings: the big church, the bell tower, as well as the houses are designed in detail. We observed all necessary standards, thought out engineering facilities, functional zoning both in the layout of buildings and on the territory.