Our time celebrates Frank O. Gehry as one of its big star architects. With this project of a social apartment construction he already put his design form into action in the mid-1990s—without compromises. Among other things, the zinc sheet is levied to a decent material and Gehry used it for cladding the frontages. The extravagance of the master of deconstruction is obvious—in color, form, and material. The sensible relation to the surrounding is missing and the buildings seem like spaceships. That, however, is the fascinating component which affects the whole site.