We can see two good examples of social tenement buildings in the Déli district, which is unfortunately a rare sight in Hungary. Miklós Ráth?s work that was chosen in a public procurement process, is the more recently built one. The building is divided into six units in two groups, shaping a street line on the northern side of the land. Creating the best possible circumstances for the residents was an important consideration of the concept. Staircases should be spacious and lit by natural light if possible; they lead to two smaller and three larger apartments on each floor. The inner gardens and the public space are directly connected. A significant virtue of the building is that despite its size, its mass is airy and harmonious, and the movement of the colourful shutters gives the facade a constant playfulness.