The building unit constituting four houses was built on the densely built sidehill of the valley. The building in fits the character of the environment: the pitched-roofed houses rise above each other set on the steep area parallel with the slope. During the planning process the main goal was to fit the building into the environment. From the two sites the upper from the north-eastern, the lower one has contact with the street from the south-west, and the two sites are separated from each other with four building level. Previously, on the lower sites, buildings stood which have already been demolished by the time the planning. The yards, the gardens were articulated with supporting walls and terraces, and these were kept and improved with new masses, exterior and interior spaces, and we fit the squares to these during the planning. The masses of the buildings are similarly formed: one by one are pitched-roofed, gabled, they look toward the east-west, standing of a main mass and the connecting southern-directed half pitched-roofed, one-storied building masses that constitute terraces protected with supporting walls and covered with wooden pergola because of the sloping area. In the owner-occupied blocks we planned five flats and an independent office with garages and parking places. The supporting walls were made from the extant local freestone materials of the site.