The house consists of two floors emerging from an irregular stone platform reminiscent of the Connecticut property stone walls, with a ridge roof and two glass volumes. Basaltina stone vertical walls intersect with oak-clad walls on the structure’s exterior. Vertical stone walls are deployed in an irregular sequence along the perimeter of the house.

A variety of window sizes positioned randomly offer a multitude of views and qualities of light, enhancing the tactility and texture of the material palette throughout the house.