The house is made of two floors emerging from an irregular stone platform reminiscent of the Connecticut property stone walls with a ridge roof and two glass volumes.

The West and East facades are rhythmic by vertical stone walls deployed in an irregular sequence along the perimeter of the house.

A variety of window sizes positioned randomly reflects the interior programmatic and offers a multitude of views and quality of lights enhancing the tactility and texture of the material palette throughout the house.

Steel structure, basaltina stone vertical walls, local stone floor, brushed oak exterior wood, corten roof.