The appearance has four different levels in rhythmical harmony, by attaching red cedar to black frames. By harmonising architecture and the surrounding environment it delivers a warm and friendly atmosphere to people. The car park denotes the first step of a certain sense of the rhythmical appearance. The second step includes the entrance to the house, slightly set back from the front road. By doing so, the family can ensure privacy from pedestrian traffic.
This building’s red-cedar façade and interlocking structures are visually striking – an effect accentuated by the dark-coloured frames. The house is warm and inviting, despite its being windowless on the street side.