On the south side, the building is in dialogue with the Sagebiel building by reacting to projections and recesses and constructing a strict façade grid. The window formats refer to the vis-à-vis, but develop a formal independence. The big cubature of the six-storey new building is zoned and structured by slight projections and recesses and receives a high plasticity: A portion of the building projecting southwards from the first storey and a glassed storey-high foyer above a corner create a prominent situation and contribute to the formation of the address with a welcoming gesture towards Mehringdamm. With a three-storey recess to the north, the new building assumes the building height of the nursing home and prevents the shade from reaching the nursing home rooms on the south side. A slightly protruding head of a building the northeast makes reference to the access point from Fidicinstrasse. The façade emanates a modest and, at the same time, with its floor-to-floor glazing, a generous and open atmosphere through is simple and distinct arrangement.
With a room-high glazing, the main entrance with the foyer opens onto Schwiebusser Strasse at ground level. The high ground floor mediates between the street and the ground level of the courtyard. The difference in height manifests itself as seating steps in the foyer. The directly adjacent conference area can be fully opened and used for larger events. On all floors, lounge and waiting areas for visitors are directly adjacent to the centrally located stairwell. The upper floors are divided around a central core area into a western and an eastern zone with a good overview and high spatial quality. With an extension grid of 1.35 m, the building will have a sustainable structure with high flexibility.