Executed in planked, fair-faced concrete, the aim was to offer a relatively craft free villa that could be quickly constructed at a reasonable cost. The home was completed within ten months. Architecturally, the home is extremely simple. In some ways it resembles a basic doll’s house. Its internal spaces are rectangular and clearly defined. The internal circulation is in the form of a cross that divides the interior into four primary sections on each floor. The external concrete walls and the staggered landscaping serve as the basis for parasitical growth, and the building is now integrated into its fertile surroundings.