The condominium is a two-floor building with fifteen apartments, common entrance lobby, interior winter garden and exterior summer atrium. Its basic volume is agitated, partitioned and non-monolithic, which allows for optimal illumination of all apartments and a connection of interior area with the exterior through greater greened terraces, winter gardens and cantilevered balconies that extend far away from the building into the surrounding garden.The partitioning reaches its peak by the composition of façade surfaces made of pixels of multi-coloured ceramic tiles, and pre-dimensioned black metal frames. The desired final effect of the facade was developed through a technique of pixelation: Namely, we were aiming to achieve something which at first glance might seem like something beyond the imagination. We shift the perception of the size of the building in the eyes of the observer, and at the same time we try to establish a completely new generative relationship between the building and its immediate surroundings.The large window openings with their wide black frames are interconnected, thus creating what appears to be a heavy structure for the building’s framework. A light membrane of ceramic tiles stretches between the heavy structure of the window frames, in such a way that pixelation softens the edges between the dark windows and the bright, light ceramic membrane. The brighter pixels (mostly yellow) of the ceramic tiles re-establish a dialogue with the “natural pixels” of willow leaves and the rest of greenery along the quay.