This project is one of the biggest housing developments in Ljubljana. There are 4 housing blocks containing a total of 640 apartments, with penthouses on top and a parking garage with 1200 parking spaces underneath. The apartments are sold under a financial scheme by the goverment so the construction costs had to be under 700 euro per apartment. That required a simple scheme of repetitive low-cost materials. The project proposed a fašade that has 3 layers. The first is the main fašade layer, made of concrete and coloured plaster. The second is made of glass, forming winter-loggias. The third is a layer of laminate cladding that forms a geometry of fences and balcony storages. Each building is formed by 4 equal modules with 42 apartments, staircases and elevators. The fašade of these modules is equal but created in a way that can be connected and be mirrored in a geometry that does not seem repetitive (text from website architects).