The project for the building gap at „Mehringdamm 43“ was created in cooperation with Lucía Cortés Soltmann and from the idea to create a building where people live in community with shared hobbies. Especially for two users who are dedicated to architecture and skateboarding. The building is planned as a vertical shared apartment, where private and shared spaces are connected by an adjacent semi-private staircase. The ground floor was conceived as a space that opens to the courtyard generated by the buildings, where the architectural office expands and is exposed to the life and movement of the site. Above this office we projected a storage room and a library. On the next level the kitchen is located and designed as a space for shared use. The kitchen as a meeting space. The two upper floors are two independent apartments which share the same layout. Above the living area a hobby and relaxation room is planned, for which we designed a mini-ramp with integrated furniture. As a crowning touch, we planned a roof terrace with a hot tub, a large seating area and planters for producing your own food.