This house is a play between being hidden and exposed. In contrast to the typical division of domestic functions, the private functions (master bedroom, bathroom and wardrobe) remain on the first floor while the more public functions (living room, kitchen and study) are located on the second floor.
The juxtaposition of garden, nature, and infrastructure was the starting point of the project. The house overlooks a sea of lush greenery and we wanted that nature to overflow into the living space. At the same time, the central spiral stair that connects the two floors is enclosed by a curved concrete wall, an urban fragment of the city.