The architect office is located on the southern billowy slope of Mecsek mountain inserted between the four-element, staged terraced house and the torteau-like mass of the arrayed garages. On the western (street-traffic) facade wood meadows expand between the longitudinal stone walls. The pine surface is softened with vertical divisions, the texture systematically being present on the entire building. The site ends in a tiny garden in front of the eastern glass wall. The office looks to the eastern valley and the hill, while the eastern end of the southern compact stone facade converts into wood and glass in a terraced way. The glassed roof and the eastern glass wall together make the main source of light of the office ending in the meeting room. The two separate mass of the building differ in their functions as well. The northern part is a single garage, while the office takes place in the southern tract. The one-spaced, flexible working space is completed with a gallery. The dryly-laid southern wall is decorated with sawn-surfaced, arched stone belts and water-spout-like rainwater collectors. The stone walls are closed with cover stones. The soft-descending lean-to and the weathering above the redwood used at the cemented holders of the glass roof appears in the interior as well. In this way, the floor, the shelves and the negotiation table form a complete whole together with the office. Beside the predominant grey colours similarly stressed are the white surfaces.