This apartments building will occupy a narrow plot in a residential area of Bangalore. The design responds to a quest for openness towards the exterior while keeping unwanted nuisances outside. The design of each apartment unit ensures flexibility of spaces and cross ventilation. The various rooms and activities benefit of optimal orientation. Jali screens are conjugated in different manners: a ceramic screen for the main façade and rattan screens for the studio and bedrooms’ balconies. The treatment of the balconies thus provides filtered light and ventilation. Fluidity of space is enhanced thanks to extensive use of sliding doors and separations. The attic floor opens onto a roof garden, a section of which is privately connected to the duplex that occupies the third and fourth floors. Inbuilt planters are provided to host a kitchen garden for collective usage.