"The matrix of connected rooms is appropriate to a type of society which feeds on carnality, which recognizes the body as the person, and in which gregariousness is habitual." (Robin Evans, Figures, Doors and Passages, 1978).
A simple volume of raw concrete painted with a warm tone of red. An enclosed and private space opened to the landscape only by its three windows and a wide roof terrace connected by a small stair from the upper level of the slope.
The interior space is a simple and humble sequence of private environments. Rooms as shelters of intimacy, as spaces of interactions and discussions, boxes where the daily life is acted.