Mrs Ditrychová is a chairwoman of a owners association. With the support of other members of the commitee, she wished to enhance the quality of living for herself and her neighbours. We started off with a study with a whiff of development (roof superstructure, complex renovation, adding of an elevator, enlargement of loggias). After a clash with the reality of an owners association, several appeals, dozens of hours of meetings and presentations, we ended up with a subtle intervention, which, nevertheless, significantly increases both the utility and market value of all the flats in the building. Loggias of a hardly usable 1.1m depth have been enlarged to approx 2m with the use of a cantilever construction. Every flat now has one continuous loggia instead of two smaller ones. The individual owners themselves could opt for a lowering of windowsills, direct access to the garden, loggia floor material. With the exception of removal of windowsills in some of the flats, the original construction remains untouched. Steel weldment cantilevers are designed in such a way, so as to provide a static remediation of sensitive panel block connections. The cantilevers have been treated with an anti-fire coating, rest of the steel construction has been hot dip galvanized. The ceilings above the enlarged area are made of steel-reinforced concrete, the floors are larch or plastic wood, according to the wishes of the individual owners. The construction allows for additional installation of glass panes.