The design of the small and compact stone house corresponds to the needs of the young family and simultaneously follows current technological principles and the tradition of such almost windowless houses. The house concept is a clear, monolithic and single material volume, with two inserted wooden components connected by a shared open gallery. The project opens up the question about the characteristics of anonymous and traditional architecture from which it originates, and at the same time establishes a relationship between a contemporary interpretation and a traditional synthesis. The redefinition of a traditional stony karst roof, with its texture, colour, material and steep inclination, is realised as a contemporary concrete interpretation with a high level of technological ingenuity. The material connection between the façade and the roof is a key allusion to the image of a traditional karst village.