The new family building is based essentially on the irregular shape of the trapezoidal land and the necessary distances from adjacent roads and buildings. The basic building shape defined in this way is further modified according to the orientation of the entrance and as well as according to possible views and orientation to the cardinal points. The resulting shape of the building is rather a visual-purpose response to the basic limits of the land and its surroundings and doesn't primarily seek for a distinctive architectural composition, although the resulting architecture of the house is less common.