Whenever one thinks about the Rohner Harbour on Bodensee, one automatically thinks of the Baumschlager & Eberle buildings - the Harbour Office and the Northwest House. However there is much more to the marina than these two buildings. On the eastern side of the complex there are around two hundred boathouses clustered around a series of narrow canals. Small in size, most of them are, sadly, architecturally uninteresting. This project is a little more distinguished. The ground floor consists of a sheltered mooring for three small boats, a toilet and an entrance with a stair rising to the first floor. Here, all the accommodation is squeezed into the tiny footprint; three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and living and dining areas. The small roof space is also accessible, featuring a large opening roof light. OSB board is used to line the walls throughout. Externally the building is clad with aluminium panels.