This house is inhabited by a couple with three children and at the time of the commission emphasized careful lighting and privacy of the family. The land, previously empty, was buried one meter below the street level, therefore, is thought to encourage this gap and provide access to the house at a -1.
The land left over from the excavation was used to generate a hill in the garden surrounding the house and increasing the intimacy of the first floor. This opens into the garden through a window that runs throughout its range. The upper floors are illuminated through a skylight in the roof, which is a kind of pyramid.
The three levels of the house joined by a central staircase that leads light from the skylight down. The first level is the public sunk and contains the kitchen, bathroom, dining room and living room. The upper floors were arranged rooms and a main bathroom.
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