The Kharkiv project consists of three buildings, three paths on the site connecting the surrounding streets. The geometry of the masterpan dictated the dimensions of the buildings and the main modular grid 7×7 meters. The principal decision in this project was to place the stairs and technical rooms closer to the courtyard, thus freeing up space for apartments with better views of the city. Another important decision concerned the constructive scheme of the house: Kharkiv is a frame house with engineering partitions, each floor has a central axis, a corridor along which future apartments are formed. The facades are divided into three parts: the first floors are separated into independent volumes, then the canvas of the facade is decorated with bricks and light ceramics on the top.