Just as the quality of living in a village depends on the interplay of private retreats, sufficient individual open spaces, places of encounter and open spaces of varying "speed", this design is intended to transform these qualities into an urban setting. A 5-6-storey building component with a closed pergola facing the street stretches out towards the so-called “Liebenauer Spange”, thus forming a kind of protective shield. A group of further angular and row-shaped buildings of different heights surround the green courtyards of the neighbourhood, ensuring that the courtyards are well exposed to the sun due to their graduated heights and providing a transition to the areas with small-scale buildings. The buildings of the new quarter take up the formal structures and their architectural lines from the surroundings, however without continuing their disparity, but rather by merging with them so as to form a coherent entity.
The main development extends along the central axis, flanked on both sides by covered bicycle parking spaces, thus becoming a directly accessible "bicycle promenade". It is a zone of movement and encounter, the heart of the settlement, similar to a village green. It widens out into squares and is zoned by green shrub beds, which have a decelerating effect and invite you to linger.

All apartments are front to back oriented, with light and air flooding in from the back as well as from the front side and are organized around a central sanitary core.  Various zoning variants are possible within the apartment outlines. In the access corridors leading to the apartments’ entrance doors, there is sufficient space to temporarily park children's play vehicles or prams outside the apartment. The balconies are usually accessible from several rooms.