In the south of the Fehlmann Park, two new buildings are being built to complete the ensemble of townhouses in the park. At first glance, the new buildings hardly differ from the six predecessor buildings, which were completed in 2008. At second glance, it can be seen that the facades are no longer pure glass facades, but consist of photovoltaic panels that convert light to energy for the Minergie rental apartments.
Through the careful incorporation of the new apartment buildings, integral components of the existing park, as well as the Villa Fehlmann, remain intact. The cubes of different sizes fit well into the pattern of the surroundings and, at the same time, create an independent ensemble. The recessed plinth and the reflective qualities of the façades cause the buildings to seem to hover in the park landscape.