The Home is divided into four long major masses. The main house, which contains the kitchen, living room and other social spaces is the center and largest portion of the home. The second is the sleeping quarters which is directly connected to the main house. The remaining two portions are the guest house and study which are stand alone masses.
The four portions of the house contain many other features, such as interior gardens inside of glass light chimneys to bring the outside, into the home. These chimneys allow for light and nature to infiltrate deep into the heart of the Home. Each Southern facade also take advantage of the homes light quality in the evening, when the widows light up creating a spectacular performative display of the interior qualities. Some windows are placed behind a layer of semi-transparent plastic whereas other puncture through it.
The long form of the Home allows for a sequential experience defined by the pace of the space. The apertures along the facade and roof bring in larger amounts of light in the fast pace spaces, such as the living room and the kitchen, while the bedroom and study spaces contain masses within them for a softer light, which fits with a slower desired pace. It is through these qualities that the nature of the Home is revealed. The Home is a place for freedom of pace. Where a user can choose to be at rest or be active, alone or social, inside or outside.