This corner building with three apartments lies on a tiny piece of land with a small-town atmosphere surrounded by housing estate blocks, the beer factory of Pécs and the Rókus hill. The house was built on the inner borders of the land as opposed to the street front, so the windows facing southwest receive much more natural light. The two-storey high pierced brick wall on the street side is an unusual but useful solution: it provides intimacy to the residents, and maintains the rhythm of the neighbouring houses. The wall turning in a delicate curve on the corner gives a unique, unsettling effect, further enhanced by the organic-shaped roof structure that can hardly be seen from the street. Zoltán Karlovecz architect is an outstanding professional of architecture in Pécs, working mainly with family homes.