The project’s site is located in Athens, Ga in a vibrant downtown area at the edge of the university campus. The form of the triplex building is conceptually created by a continuous folded strip of concrete. The fold, defined by the programmatic spaces and constrains of the lot, is intertwined between its inhabitants; it connects them as neighbors while creating separate living units. Its form attempts to address to the context of the site and to articulate the streetscape. The structure of the fold defines two building volumes as well as creates two distinct building facades. Push and shift of the fold attempts to define the exposed corner. The law professor occupies the lower levels of the triplex (blue color). His private area, students’ bedrooms, and the living and dining spaces are all connected by a library, where the residents can study and discuss issues relevant to their profession. Double-story unit positioned in the back of the site (green color) is designed for the pianist. It allows for having a tall practice and performance space filled with southern light. Finally, the triple-level penthouse (orange color) is occupied by the artist and consists of a studio, entertainment, and retreat space. The unit’s location in the front of the building allows to maximize northern light and provide views of the city. The entry to the triplex is located in the front of the building, at the change of direction of the fold; there the fold protrudes outward and becomes a part of the streetscape.