Created as a large pavilion that offers many possibilities of occupation, the enclosed space of the house are comparable to the islands strategically positioned because of functionality. Inspired by Le Corbusier’s Domino concept, the structure is composed by horizontal slabs and pillars displaced off the facades.
The house was set on the front of the property to serve as a visual barrier from the street (privacy) and release a large private backyard for an intense social life.
The facade is rectangular and aligned with the existing street, which provides direct access to main floor from the left side of the house. On the right side, we have a single point of support, the vertical circulation enclosed by a steel.