The home was planned in such a way that parts of the yard merge with the house, creating a gradual and harmonic link between the inside and the outside. The house, which is split into wings, has an entrance area with a tree in its center – and can be considered a wing itself. The public wing consists of different types of patios that the family can use for any event, according to their needs, time of day, location of the sun and direction of the wind.
The view from the public wing opens up towards the North and the South, and a bridge above connects the children’s wing to the parents’ wing. The connections and divisions of the functions are externalized, offering proportions and dimensions that are aesthetically pleasing for both the family and their neighbors.