Two buildings with fifty residential units are located directly on the Jurckova Street in Ljubljana. In accordance with the urban planning regulations, the apartments are arranged in two tracts parallel with the road. In order to come closer to the size of the neighbourhood units, each tract is divided into four smaller volumes that are not aligned and which, additionally; also function as completely separate units. Basic design element of residential units in the Jurckova Street is prefabricated concrete frame of the window openings. A design element that formally unifies separated units again is a direct result of the need to enable more privacy to the residents. Applying numerous loggias and window frames on buildings that narrows the space between the two already very close tracts seems fairly confusing at first sight. However, closed sides prevent side views between the individual apartment units and, despite even smaller distance between the buildings, provide greater privacy.