The House was completed in December 2003. It is an architecturally uncompromising modern building with an underground car park in the basement. The upper floors are used for Office and residential use, all with backwards available balconies.
The prescribed building regulations according to behind the House about 15 m from the edge of the sidewalk. Therefore, a garden area, landscaping designed arises. The rear garden, which contains among other things a large and modern iron sculpture is as well designed.
The building opens 1/2-storey, old and small residential houses, which are protected behind the garden back into a large courtyard with 1. All in all a very picturesque and picturesque ensemble, in some ways comparable to the "Mews" in London.
Description top floor apartment
It is located at the 5th floor and is accessible by elevator. A gallery is located in the apartment. The sloping roof surfaces are then.
The facilities of the apartment meets high expectations: continuous, dark oak floors and slate in bathroom and dressing room. Ceiling-high doors in English Red varnish. As well as the Gallery railing and the spiral staircase leading upstairs to the gallery. The kitchen by Bulthaup is with all facilities. Small outdoor patio overlooking the back garden and courtyard. Walls in glass fibre and white duff deleted. Modern and old pictures. The essential Biedermeier, English and partly Empire furniture. Outspoken boy Ellen apartment. The view from the gallery in the living space is unobstructed, as there is no closed rooms otherwise with the exception of bath, 3 toilets and the kitchen.