The assignment pertains to the architectural and interior design of a notary office. The sloping terrain was taken into account for the conception of the office, with the construction functioning as a stepping stone to the high and low street buildings.
The top level of this two-storey building is somewhat shifted from the ground floor. This creates a corbel on the ground floor that supports a roofed terrace and prevents exposure to the sunlight through the large windows. Glass plays an important part in the concept and interacts creatively with the brickwork.