A vast pine wood which hides widely spaced houses forms the context in which H8 was located. Its modest, straightforward and orthogonal form does not make an attempt to rival with the richness of the flora.
The location and the form of the house divides the plot into two zones: a public one from the road and a private one from the garden. These two basic outer spaces which start from the corners of the house were closed with a fence from horizontally located larch slats.
The basic body of the building is set parallel to the street. Before and after it, on its two ends, the main body is continued as the first floor with a night-time part, and as the ground floor with the day-time part. The entrance hall is located between these. It connects the entrance zone with the garden.
The day-time part was organized around the detached one-flight stairway, which divides the kitchen from the dining room and the living room on the ground floor, and the study from the patio on the first floor. This two-floor space joins the two floors and finishes with a glazed patio façade, which becomes, together with the trees, an integral part of the house interior.
The building was finished with clinker. The window openings were faced with the exterior of the façade. The garage part was encased with wooden slats similarly to those from the fence. A strongly emphasized vertical direction of the house is in the opposition to the tree trunks.