This alien to its surroundings concrete structure pops out its feet and lands on the ground. When walking around the structure all is revealed in stages. One can get small peaks from the skewed corner windows on one side only to discover that soon everything is to be revealed: The outer shell is impregnated with another white soft independent form waiting to be inhabited.
St. Joseph is a habitable concrete form independent to the rest of the building site. The concrete shell is placed on the edge of the remainder plain along with the Danube floodplains. Its basic measurements are 615 cm by 620 cm by 2230 cm. The concrete form is set on 4 supports – one one-legged element, two two-legged elements and one three-legged element. Its distance from the ground ranges from 120 cm to 210 cm.
A second form, soft, white and independent of the outer shell, is set within the concrete shell. The white form opens up and programs – becomes habitable, if you wish – the concrete shell’s inner area, which is 2165 cm long and approx. 515 cm high. These are two interleaved forms, each with a different hardness and materiality.