Starting point for the conceptual design was the restructuring of the vertical plot plan. The former perron, which from the forecourt led to the first floor, was replaced by a new interior staircase.
The first floor hosts a wardrobe, a kitchen with dining corner, a bathroom, a utility room and a balcony on the south side. The second balcony, which is oriented to the north and west provides a weather shield for the office and apartment entrance on the ground floor. The second floor consists of the living room, the master bedroom, a nursery, a bathroom and a wardrobe. A wooden staircase leads to the roof-deck, which is canopied on its north side to provide shelter for a lounge and a small bar and trends to the south with a largely open view on the surrounding mountains. Two stirrups coin the south-façade, which evolve from the rectangular floor plan, forming a balcony on the first floor, a sunscreen above the living room and a viewing pulpit on the roof deck with a glazed floor panel. The turret-like building blends into the company's ensemble on its north side, is closed on its west side and opens up towards the south side with beautiful views on the dolomites.