The presence of a variety of interior gaps between rooms created new visual effects. The original structure of the house has been preserved. This is the living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry room, guest room, bathroom and playroom. The new structure is completed by a hall, garage, gym, luxurious indoor pool, children's room and bedroom. There are wooden partitions all around the interior. Sliding exterior woodwork built into the walls visually connects the rooms of the house to the patio. The interior has taken on unusual geometric shapes and forms and as a result it has transformed considerably.
Surviving house painted with light paint. The new building has been built with white concrete slabs. Energy efficient mechanisms added to energy systems. Residents now use geothermal energy for air conditioning in summer and winter. It also has under floor heating. The stone and wood details are reminiscent of traditional architectural environments.
Stairs leading up to a small family living room. Natural light brings comfort to a room. The walls of the hidden garden are bathed in light, which provides additional warmth to the space.".