By creating a trail of plants and light bulbs running from the outside inwards and through the center of the building, the architects were able to offer the client a design that supported a certain degree of openness. This band or path splits the building in two, ensuring that the appropriate light enters the interior from the south-facing façade. It also functions as a "way" to cut through the center of the building.
The living room is positioned so that residents can enjoy the presence of this "green belt" throughout their day. It creates a cosmic sense of spaciousness and homeliness at the same time. In some places, plants gracefully curving, carry the hue of a garden paradise, and some rooms resemble lodges on century-old trees.
The atmosphere of the house and invites to live here dreamers or people with a large family, where the kids could play.