Pelgulinn is a suburb of Tallinn where century-old wooden houses can still be found standing. During the 1930s and later, masonry construction was added. Õle street is the oldest street of Pelgulinn, a suburb that stands out with its small residential houses, with large gardens ripe with fruit trees, bushes, and lilac blossoms.
There used to be a wooden house on the corner of Õle and Härjapea street, with a shop on the first floor. It was burned down in the beginning of the 1990s. The new building is a modern interpretation of the traditional neighbourhood house. The house covers roughly a quarter of the plot, the same ratio as the surroundig plots. The house has a central staircase, with appartments on upper floors and architecture offices on the first level. There are garages on the first level opening to the courtyard with 3 outdoor parking lots.