The three dimensional form of the building on the north side is expressed as a delicately framed concrete box, its thinness accentuated by the exaggerated length it spans between boundaries.
Its deep overhangs shade the glazing on the north facade and hide slender steel support columns creating a hollowed out cave like space for the main living area below which lives out into the garden on the same level.
The south facade expresses expansive swathes of material and texture. Pure shapes rationalised by a horizontal datum and uninterrupted lines, in a choreographed display of quietness. No colour, shape, texture or line must be out of place.
This is the detail of tranquility, it is expressed in the way the tyrolean plaster surface is merged with the board marked texture of a concrete overhang about the drip line they share - and the way the repetitive texture of the timber screen filters light from different rooms along its length and gives way to the articulation of a front door without fuss.