The surrounding buildings are rather robust terraced houses from the 1970s on the edge of the slope; the older development on the top of the hill can be characterised as detached tenement villas and bigger family houses in gardens. The new dwelling will create a virtual promontory in the meander of contour lines – it will be a sort of a crown on the slope with woody overgrowth – a natural landmark not aspiring to dominate. Windows and terraces will provide beautiful views to the east and the south-east even from the lowest storeys. The position on a steep slope below the edge calls for a terraced composition. Similar to a promontory, the structure should naturally grow up from the sloping terrain. Lateral walls perpendicular to the contour lines establish the basic dynamics – ´rock pillars´ consisting of robust gabion walls defining five key modules. These walls at the same time sufficiently separate terraces and front glazed walls. Each flat thus enjoys a very intimate space between two walls made of natural material, evoking a feeling of safety; this space is at the same time closed by one compact glass wall providing a breathtaking view. Each glass wall to a terrace is broken in a regular module evoking an impression as if cubes were removed from the central mass and intimate hideaways of private terraces were arranged in their place. These ´cubes´ can have a different function while retaining the same dimension and material – a terrace/pergola/conservatory/confined interior space. This modulation provides unlimited possibilities of arranging flats; that is why the designed layouts should be viewed just as an example; there is enough room here to refine further these layouts, and flats´ make up with the investor and future clients. The glass walls combine exclusively fixed, and French windows; sliding aluminium jalousies with adjustable lamellas are placed in front of them – a new dimension is introduced into the composition this way providing user comfort at the same time.