Building No. 1 is a three-storey residential building with four residential units: 1 two and a half room flat, 2 three room flats and 1 four room flat.
On the lower ground floor level there is a garage with 4 parking spaces (see image: east facing façade) and one storage space, whereas the upper ground floor level houses the entrance space and 1 flat (north and west facing façade).
Two residential units have been planned for the first floor and one residential unit for the attic.
Flat No. 1 on the ground floor has two and a half rooms, flats No. 2 and 3 on the first floor have three rooms, and flat No. 4 in the attic has four rooms.
The flats on the ground floor and on the first floor have a double orientation, whereas the attic flat has a triple orientation with an access to the north-facing terrace and the east-facing balcony.
The building was designed as a system of load-bearing reinforced concrete walls. External load-bearing walls are 25cm thick and internal 20 cm. Partition walls are made from brick and are 12 cm thick. The outside of the external walls is isolated with a heat system total thickness of 11 cm.
The building is covered with a roof with layers of thermal and hydro isolation, constructed as a flat impassable roof.
The floors in the flats are made up of layers of floating floor from cement screed on a bed of expanded polystyrene.
Every flat has a spare chimney used for connecting a solid fuel heating device in extraordinary conditions.
Gas central heating.
Façade openings are closed with pained wooden joinery with insulating glass. For sun protection, the openings are equipped with roller blinds.
Floors in the flats are covered with oak parquet flooring or ceramics, depending on the purpose of the room.
The walls and ceilings were skim coated or plastered and painted with latex paint.
Fences of loggias, balconies and French windows, as well as the staircase railings, are made of profiles in inox.
Loggia floors are paved with anti-slip ceramic tiles.
Interior joinery relates to veneer doors (ash/beech) with embracing door frames.
Height of the tiles in the kitchen is somewhere between the lower and upper kitchen cabinets, whereas in the bathrooms/toilets the tiles reach all the way up to the ceiling.