Linked to Händelallee to the north by an access road, these three single-storey, single-family homes without basements were erected on the southernmost edge of the low-rise development area. With their cube structure as small and simple as possible, they were intended to achieve the greatest use of the space available and the highest degree of living quality; hence the traffic areas are reduced as far as possible. The buildings all face south. The northern ends of the houses contain the kitchen, bathroom, and a closet alongside the entrance, while living and sleeping quarters are directed towards the south. In the two western homes, both around 18 meters long (ca. 110 square meters in living area), a small courtyard provides daylight for the kitchen, bathroom, and corridor behind; in the smaller, eastern home, this courtyard was left out. All homes have a garden with a terrace accessible from the living room. The buildings were erected directly onto compacted soil.
The main construction element consists of storey-high aerated concrete prefabricated panels that are 20 cm thick for the outer walls, and 7.5 cm thick for the inner walls. The roof panels are also made of autoclaved aerated concrete. As well as this commission, Alois Giefer was also responsible for the development and co-ordination of the entire low-rise development area for Interbau.