This new construction consists of seven apartments, two of which are two-storied flats. The site is long and narrow and faces a public square.
The building is placed along the diagonal axis which materializes as a concrete wall upon which several volumes are attached. That way, all apartments -even at the back- have view to the square and to the landscaped garden of our site. The building is broken into two main volumes, connected through a common staircase, steel and glass, mass. The front volume is kept as low as possible in order to appear as a private house -it belongs to the land owner family- and to allow for the back volume to have better views, ventilation and sunshine.