Delfiner House is a corner apartment building with a double façade. The interior wall is a simple sweeping arch, while the exterior wall, which wraps around the corner balconies, follows a flower-shaped plan. This external layer forms a decorative curtain wall which emphasizes the facade’s plasticity and directs attention to the street corner. The street-facing facades are coated with two-tone Waschputz plaster, emphasizing vertical and horizontal elements.
The building was listed for conservation with stringent restrictions. Its building rights were transferred to another lot.
Renovation and restoration of the building, including removal of later balcony closings and building additions, restoration of concrete elements, reconstruction of windows, doors, shutters, and decorative plaster surfacing.