Most of the mentionable architectural projects of Haus-Rucker-Co include a narrative aspect, which is an important element to respond conceptionally to an initial urban situation. Two examples exemplify this intention:
The Kant Triangle Project in Berlin for instance, was developped as a trinity of urban requisites: „a tower, a stick and a helmet-like entrance“ to the underground area of the space opposite to the Theater des Westens, creating an urban scenario in relation to the theater.
The realized „Fassadengalerie“, is an addition to the front of the Wertheim department store on Kurfürstendamm in Berlin. The five voluminous curved vitrines form a big show case where artists, architects and designers are invited to install current topical szenarios related to the city of Berlin, which should be removed at least one time a year.