The newest building of the Líceum street, a thoroughfare following the track of the medieval city wall, was constructed on the site of a much smaller, simple old building. This four-storey block houses apartments and a shop on the ground floor. The brick facade is painted white in an express attempt to make it simple and modest; it is separated from the section of three openings on the ground floor with a framing concrete ledge. Even the windows and doors are different here: as opposed to the wooden windows of the upper levels, the ground floor has metal ones. The asymmetric facade receives a unique calmness from the orderly row of narrow French windows overlooking the street.