Carl Fieger was design draftsman in the private construction office of Gropius and one of his closest associates. Among his works are also designs for small houses that clearly show his handwriting. For example, the cubic structure is accentuated by a semicircular staircase. The interior design is designed to create versatile spaces. The ground floor is a living room and bedroom, which are separated by built-in wardrobes and a sliding door, so that the bedroom can also be connected to the living room. The kitchen is connected by means of a hatch in connection with the living room.
The model shows one of Fieger's original designs and is different from the built house in that sense. The house, which was finally built in Dessau, has the stairwell on the west side of the building.
The kits are made true to the original using the latest laser technology. The production takes place completely in Germany with Modellbahn Union / DM-Toys in Issum. All components are cut from cardboard or wood with high precision in different thicknesses and allow a quick setup. The surfaces of the buildings are laser-engraved. By this method, the surface is absolutely realistic both in color and in scale. The wall elements are partly toothed lasered and can easily be plugged together and glued. Attractive packaging and detailed construction instructions complete the new product line.