The Rosenstrasse development is built on a sloping site in a sought after district of Dornbirn. Originally occupied by a traditional inn and a 1960s hotel. The latter was demolished and the inn refurbished to form part of the development, occupying the south east corner of the plot. B&E's scheme consists of 25 apartments in three rectangular flat-roofed blocks of four storeys each. The blocks are intended to reduce the overall scale of the development, and are intended to be sympathetic to the scale of the adjacent properties. Blocks are orientated with one long elevation facing south west. All are linked at the lower levels - two of which are below grade. Each blockhouses two units per floor, and each unit has a terrace, or loggia, at one of the corners, which can be closed off from the elements by means of sliding glass doors. The external material is red brick using a rigorous grid, which controls the positions of all the openings.