The option of aligning the residential units in only one direction, east to west, led to a set of intercalated porticos. These porticos achieved a volumetric fragmentation, with alternate light and shadow and an interplay between interior and exterior. This combination of volumes and emptiness breaks down the hierarchy of the house, creating a unified and cohesive image.
The solid brick, as the material the volumes are built with, reinforces the tectonic aspect of the house. A fractal interpretation of the house shows that the individual elements and the whole are built by adding and subtracting.
The result is an informal house in terms of its spatial relationships, introspective and with fluid pathways, a vehicle for communication internally and externally.