What is the appropriate form for a mundane building task that still dates from the age of the combustion engine? For an almost century-old family business in its third generation on the threshold of the energy transition, the administrative offices were to be integrated into an existing building. The closure of an external service station also offered the opportunity to expand the company's own operations. The elimination of the outbuildings freed up the yard space. This resulted in an extremely effective design potential for the overall street-side appearance of the company headquarters and the complex redesign of the entrance situation and the company courtyard through the new construction of the gas station as well as the price mast and illuminated advertising and the access road including green areas.