The preliminary plan was to design apartments and a detached house in the empty plot of land in the middle of Fő Street. The new house is located at a breakpoint between two rows of houses of different rhythms and designs (it is bordered by houses of different styles on the right and the left). The detached house was pulled back to the line of the barns to protect it from the noise of the street, while the apartments and common areas were placed in the front. The owner would have been willing to remove the some-year-old street fencing but we managed to fit it into the design. The bulk of the house harmonises with the left-hand rhythm of the street while the extended roof is in concert with the right-hand rhythm. We adopted the traditional house design from the right-hand pattern but did not conceal the true appearance of the annex on the main façade by placing fake windows in imitation of a farmhouse.