The residential building with over 47 apartments, studios and kindergarten clarifies the diffuse urban situation at the intersection of Herdernstrasse and Baslerstrasse with its simple but concise setting. Herdernstrasse is structurally defined by the continuation of the perimeter block development. The urban character of the neighborhood is strengthened by the typical perimeter block development in its urban form; at the same time, the courtyard, which continues into the garden area, is consistently closed as a protected green and recreational space. The facade is divided into three parts by the striking first floor, the central body and the attic. The monolithic expression of the building is underpinned by the construction of the exterior walls in insulating concrete and makes reference to the massive surrounding buildings. Except for the 2-bedroom apartment, all apartments are through-walls and oriented on two sides. The apartments meet a wide range of living needs with or without children and have a high utility value. The family apartments have a high living value with their continuous living, dining and kitchen areas and provide an open and generous atmosphere despite minimized room sizes. The project is planned according to the Swiss Minergie-P-Eco standard for new buildings.