The cube-shaped structure is complemented with a projecting semi-circular staircase to the west and a terrace at the southern side.
The house has a living area of around 74 square metres. The interior furnishings, made in the Bauhaus workshops, fulfil an important function in the structuring of the rooms. The living room and bedroom on the ground floor are separated from one another by built-in cupboards and a sliding door, which can be opened up during the day to make a large living room. This clearly reflects Fieger’s interest in flexible house design.
The builder of the detached house at Alte Leipziger Straße, now Südstraße, made use of the gravel pit that had been left behind after the first construction phase of the Dessau-Törten Housing Estate. In this way, no excavation work was required for its basement.