The house is a secluded building on top of a hill surrounded by a picturesque deciduous woodland. Towards the west the house opens into the valley and reveals a wonderful view of the surrounding vineyards.
The house has a clean, simple form with a stone base that cuts into the slope and an upper volume that opens towards the valley. Clean shapes of a rectangle and of a symmetrical gable dominate. The glass openings are large but strategically positioned according to the conditions of the space.
In the partially dug in basement floor, there are mainly sleeping and technical rooms and an access to an outdoor terrace with a summer kitchen. The terrace is intimate enough, far enough from the road and it offers a view of the vineyard. The visible facade has the appearance of natural stone with openings from the sleeping areas.
We enter the house on the ground floor from the eastern road side. From the road only the full ground-floor volume is visible, which is adorned by a large window that extends even into the slope of the roof. Through the entrance hall we enter an open living room with a fireplace and a staircase. The staircase opening is designed in such a way that it also provides skylight to the lower basement floor. The ground floor is open and airy, where the basic clean geometry is felt. One third of the area under the roof is used for an attic gallery, which has a more intimate character of a small library.
The upper volume is dark in color and completely covered with large-format panels, which emphasize the shape even more. It is decorated with a large corner window that offers a beautiful view of the valley and due to the lower parapet it is also possible to sit on the windowsill.