The Pelargonienweg housing estate is situated on a large orchard meadow. The open space was modeled by using the excavated material. The pulsating garden combines private as well as communal areas into an organic whole, whereby the terrain between the opposite rows of houses either arches in a hill-like manner or is formed as a hollow. What results is, on the one hand, higher lying lots with attractive views and, on the other hand, lower lying parts with a more protected atmosphere. The transition to the respective separate parcels is unnoticed; the fruit trees are scattered around the site. Glass houses can be found here and there in the landscape—transparent envelopes for common rooms that respectively open up the entrance to a cider cellar. Children can play in close touch with nature in the hollows and hills of the orchard meadow, condensed in places by berry and hazelnut bushes.