An architect's holiday house, characterised by two elements: a slightly curved timber frame that responds to the contours of the sloping site, and a stone building. The two are linked by stairs. A stone-clad retaining wall delimits an inner courtyard. Facing south, the living spaces and four bedrooms are distributed along a gallery. An atelier is created on the upper floor of the wooden building.
The house is self-built by the architect from portable materials and can be disassembled, carried and assembled elsewhere.