Thetogether in 1961 consists of:
- 9 5-level bar buildings (GF+4) called Building A, G, H, J, K, L, M, N and O,
- 5 four-storey bar buildings (GF+ 3) called Building B, C, D, F and M’,
- 1 bar building called Building E of three levels (ground floor + 2),
- a shopping centre on the ground floor of building E.
It totals 573 dwellings.
Each building is divided into small joined units each forming a block of housing.
Each apartment block consists of two apartments per level separated by a stairwell. The length of these units varies according to the typology of the apartments which ranges from T2 to T5.
Each building consists of several blocks arranged according to dynamic combinatorial principles already mentioned in the organization of the building (cf. : The organization of the building: a modern anachronism), which we recall here: rectangular building (buildings B, N and O), curved building (buildings A and G) or building in return of square (buildings C, D, E and F, buildings G and H, buildings J, K, L, M and M’).
The ruptures of alignments caused by the angles and the connections of the blocks, allow to break the monotony of the traditional linear alignment (widely used and strongly decried in the typology of the buildings-bars of that time), and follow the natural curves of the terrain.
In 1966, a building of plot type square plan on 7 levels (ground floor + 6) called La Tour is located at the south end of Building J. It occupies the part of the land originally reserved for the construction of a school and houses 28 dwellings. Its physiognomy respects the architectural party of the program in spite of the addition of two floors which are inscribed in rupture of scale with regard to the whole. 15 garages are set up in the basement with access to a ramp in the north façade. An elevator serves 4 apartments per level. As this building was not included in the original project, we did not consider it useful to insist on its treatment.