Conceptually, the architects proposed to create everywhere sharp geometric shapes, located low above the floor. Upstairs there is a comfortable veranda. The walls of the building were made of natural stone, basalt, which grew straight out of the ground. These kinds of elements anchored the structure on the site. Four rooms, made in the form of rectangular forms, used to accommodate a bar, garage, bedroom and living room. The interior of each is close to a rustic style, and The view from the window is superb. Whites Road's roof has a flat shape. The veranda location is supported by two stone walls, the space between which is used as guest rooms.
Photo courtesy of Emma-Jane Hetherington.