Isolated rooms are arranged around this centerpiece. As a result, they all get natural light through a series of overhead openings. A two-story lattice wooden wall separates the entry group from the hall and shields traffic on the first level across the bridge that leads to the bedrooms.
The house is built on a corner of the lot and is located so that the landscaping creates enough privacy for the owners. All communal rooms are on ground level and the private ones on the second floor. Bedrooms with bathrooms, two children's bedrooms, combined with a play area, are on the second tier. Living room, dining room and kitchen in the lower part of the dwelling.
The use of concrete slabs in the lower cantilevers for interior finishes creates tension between the materials. The roughness of concrete, wood, copper meets the smooth surfaces of gray William marble, mosaic and silk.
Sliding transparent panels around the pool allow you to make it fully open when necessary. The building is designed to let the cosmic energy flow without hindrance inside. But when you want the privacy of an apartment, it can be a bit of a challenge.