Typologically, all four new buildings (sites A, B, and C) are articulated differently, appeal to a broad range of tenants, and foster long-term economic sustainability. The explicit, logical system of circulation pathways fits within the overall urban fabric, thereby becoming a natural part of the entire situation in the sense of urban design. The precise placement of the building volumes results in a clear identity for the new development.
Common to all the building volumes is the great deal of care taken in developing the ground plans, which all feature efficient, multiple-access circulation. In terms of size, the apartments, a total of 273, are developed in accordance with floor area requirements, accommodate a range of types/sizes of apartments, and their circulation access has been achieved using only ten staircases. The result on all three building sites is typologically sound apartments with high qualities for dwelling, an abundance of space, and high user-friendliness.
A shelterbelt of summer and evergreen easy-care plants connects the building volumes to the spacious agglomeration and pleasantly ensures for indoor privacy. Embedded in a spatially interesting system of pathways and open spaces, diverse areas for lingering, playing, and movement are enhanced by shady standard trees and embellish the sense of social conviviality in this urban context.