With a site that is uniquely shaped with none of the four sides meeting at right angles and a signifi cant depression on the southern side, in conjunction with the client VK Green Architects
chose a y-shaped plan with each of the 3-legs rotated in a radial symmetry around a central atrium space that houses the stairwell running from the basement to the roof terrace three levels above. Th e house is designed as a pavilion in the garden that envelops two thirds of the entire building. Most of the spaces in the house works as single bank spaces with very efficient cross ventilation. Natural light, cross ventilation and cross views to the garden outside are the running themes.