We are guided by the idea that simple approaches lead to the most elegant solutions, so our architecture is reduced and clean, with an emphasis on the program itself, i.e. contents and their connections.
In the case of Villa B, it was necessary to point out the unusual landscape of the rocky hill overgrown with forest as the highest quality locations, so the object is formed on the edge of a hill and predominantly forest-oriented. This makes that piece of nature extra sheltered from outside views, and thus the interior of the house.
In such a complex environment, our desire was to create contrast with architecture. Pure cubic form as opposed to complex found, with the absence of any need for mimicry. Such a juxtaposition showed as an excellent tool for quality relationship and mutual emphasis and respect compared conditions (found-formed).