The project shows an approach to create a coherent, communal space originating from a very fragmented and separate inner block structure. Three solitary buildings break the sharp, albeit gradually developed block edge and thus become the starting-point of transformation. Community paths and squares intersect with carefully situated private spaces. The three buildings connect via a courtyard to which the buildings’ communal-rooms are facing (workshop, kitchen, etc.).
With its shielded mezzanine floor, the ground floor offers a high-quality apartment, despite its solitary location. The idea of a connecting and transitional space is continued in the interior. The upper floors of the courtyard buildings offer various flats, while cluster apartments are planned towards the alley. A café is located on the ground floor of the northern building, being able to connect to gastronomy offers in neighbouring blocks.
From a distance, the façades made of cement-washed brick perfectly integrate into the plaster façades of Milbertshofen, yet distinguish themselves by their relief formation on closer inspection.