A garden stretching over five stories offers the residents a recreational space that is attractive in all seasons. This is situated in the building itself, since the narrow lot does not allow for any considerable open space design.
The garden develops in the airspace between the façade and the arcades, whereby four approx. 5-meter-long plant troughs are positioned on each floor. In the same alignment along the façade, this hefty winter garden is accessible via steel steps and grated horizontal platform spaces. This also ensures an appropriate air circulation. On one hand, the plantings vary between the floors, whereby small trees also find space on the first and fifth stories. On the other hand, climbing plants extend over several stories. Where the lighting allows it on the north side, a diverse palette of flowering plants in white, blue, pink and red have been arranged. In a fully-grown condition, the image of a dense, wildly growing, entwined garden will emerge. Extending on the roof is a terrace strip variably utilized by the house community—accompanied by lush areas of hibiscus, false spirea, broom, catmint, thyme and lambsquarter.