A detached, two-storey villa has
a distinct horizontal ground floor resembling a simple, solid base course faced with a wooden veneer in the front and black marble on the garden side. Above the ground floor there is a top floor extension which seems to be very light due to perfectly smoothly plastered elevations and horizontal windows.
The windows are sheltered from the harsh sunlight by diagonally cut walls. A living room connected with a dining room, kitchen and music room takes up a bigger part of the ground floor.
This space is open to three directions
of the world thanks to large glazing
and large sliding panes which allow full assimilation of the internal and the external. On the first floor glass walls have the function of huge panoramic windows. They make watching sunsets and sunrises an amazing every-day experience.