The residential complex makes reference to the historic buildings, creating exciting visual relationships. The positioning of the buildings has created exciting partial spaces: "The Yellow Flux", the "Hollow" and the "Platform".
Particular importance was attached to open space in the development of the Neu Leopoldau neighborhood. Thus, the project Energiebündel also refers to the historical buildings. This creates exciting visual relationships. The positioning of the buildings has created exciting partial spaces: "The yellow flux" crosses the building site and forms two independent ensembles, the "hollow" and the "platform". The center is a tree-lined plaza space that interacts with the pop-up boxes and the community space in the first floor zone.
The platform is slightly elevated from its surroundings and provides private open space for the adjacent residential zones. Each individual building type was designed developed independently, both internally and externally. Thus six independent types have been created. The range of apartments includes one- to five-room apartments with private open spaces such as balconies, loggias or terraces. The apartment types change with each building, creating a wide variety of living spaces that score points with beautiful views and vistas. Rentable office spaces provide for the revitalization of the ground floor zone.
The common spaces that span the building site are located on the yellow flux and can be used as a café, workshop, studio or market area. One of the pop-ups can house a food co-op with a food storage room. In addition to workshops on the use of the community spaces, a settlement and neighborhood management takes place. A "neighborhood dialogue" is planned with approximately quarterly meetings of all teams on social sustainability, coordination of offerings, and planning of joint, cross-building activities.