The main objective of the design is to give the entire area an identity-building spatial centre. We are developing a central square that is situated slightly asymmetrically on the site’s north-south axis. Eleven elongated, two- to three-storey saddle-roof houses providing 105 residential units with south-facing orientation are positioned at the front of this square. Due to their diverse gable sides, they form a lively and diverse line of façades on the square. The clearly designed green centre offers play and recreation opportunities for all residents. The asymmetrical arrangement of the square within the overall complex allows an optimal connection to the southern access road as well as a subsequent development of the northern or north-eastern area.