An apartment building with one central entrance surrounded by a commercial ground floor and a parking basement is located in a wide opening after the former printing house. The building, like the original building, completely fills the entire plot. It consists of a main street building and a courtyard building on a common plinth/basement. Each of the two vertical communications of the street building serves two generous, classically transversely oriented apartments on the floor. The multi-level parking basement is semi-ramped. The design concept preserves the unity of the building with a central entrance, by analogy with the opposite apartment building from the 1/2 of the 20th century. However, the simple volume of the building is slightly broken in the middle, retreated. It brings life to the austere street. The motif inspired by the Florin Court building is further developed on the ceramic cladding of the street facade and on the ironwork products in the interior. The courtyard construction of studio maisonettes refers to traditional small wooden buildings in the greenery of courtyards. The street facade is based on a window grid, optically moved in the horizontal direction. The windows in the corners – connected to the neighboring facades – have a more pronounced division and a more horizontal proportion. The original principle of the facade is the use of ceramic cladding referring to interwar modernism. The cross-section of the 100x100mm tiles is chosen diagonally, the color composition emphasizes the horizontal line and suppresses the vertical direction.