The house consists of a single volume parallel to the street, facing south. It is located at the back of the plot so that the garden size is maximized with the optimum hours of sunshine each day.
The volume of the house is organized in 15 apertures made out of concrete. The ten apertures downstairs are organized in the living area and dining room, the kitchen with adjoining parking and the master bedroom, all at a single level. On the first floor the five apertures are divided in two bedrooms, a study and a loft above the living area. There is a basement that occupies the entire ground floor, which functions as second parking and machine room.
There are only three materials used on both the interior as the exterior of the house; concrete, glass and wood. The structure of the house is made out of concrete pillars and beams, in a lengthwise pattern and the closures are made of glass and wood.
At the south facing facade, large wooden shutters may swing in front of the windows. The shutters are made of multiple louvers which are able to rotate to control the brightness of interior. When the shutters are closed with the louvers in a vertical position, they function as an extra security layer. When the shutters are moved in their horizontal position, they turn into the porch of the house.
The climate control of the house is functioning with solar panels on the roof and a geothermal heat pump. They supply the energy for the underfloor heating, the domestic water heating, air conditioning and the pool heating.