The design is based on a local stabilized structure, honoring street lines. The total volume is divided into a more articulated rectangular mass, which clearly delimits the layout and spatially integrated volumes, areas - especially the kitchen and dining room block and the living room block. On the first floor, this principle is supported by a more distinct separation of the parents' bedroom block from the other rooms in the form of a “connecting neck”. The mass of the house is enclosed by a small inner courtyard, an atrium, a more intimate part of the exterior that is completely protected from outside. The space can serve as an extension of the dining room outwards as well as a “shortcut” in the summer months from the living room to the staircase and to the entrance and, when the windows are opened considerably, as an extension, the “connection” of all spaces around.