A home for family and architectural practice that connects with the open landscape. This is done by playing with roof slopes, views from the house and the choice of materials.
The children's rooms are situated under the steep roof slope at the front. Each room has its own gable roof. The roof slopes swing out into the landscape with three openings. The whole creates some strong shapes towards the surroundings.
In the square ground plan, a series of windows have been provided that look out onto the garden and the landscape from different points of view.
The materials are very tactile (local field oven stone, tile, use of wood and terrazzo).