Though re:use we create and preserve not only new economical and ecological values, but also cultural. Rationality of the inherited structure is a valuable asset and the design is taking advantage of this "as found aes-thetics". Reuse of the elements is therefore very straightforward. My approach simply asked the elements what they wanted to be. What they allowed and were built for, this especially allies to the load-bearing structure of the building. This simple re:use of basic elements allowed to apply a principle of ex-tendibility in the future in according to meet demands that the future of Kerkrade might hold. It also works with reintroducing the community that once lived in the high-rise. Keeping the structure recognizable so it feels like meeting an old friend who has changed, but the very character stayed. The gallery became a social space within the dwelling, leading to a core and circulation principles, that might be recognized in Japanese dwell-ings. Where the double façade system serves also as a corridor encircling the very private sphere. Elements are repositioned, finding a new coordinates within the imagined three dimensional grid – the site itself.