Located at the Ingaro Evligne, this fabulous building by the Widjedal Racki Bergerhoff architects is superbly constructed with an old summer house being the commencing point of construction. The existing property circumferences the old house leaving hardly any space for further utilization. Thus the main factor revolving this summer house is to reutilize the existing property and to construct the vacant land to fetch a proper area for outdoor sun soothing activities.
The building has been placed superbly so as to prevent any exploitation to the majority of the property. The part that is the biggest has been transformed into a large platform horizontally with the half of it being utilized by the upper floor of the respective building.
The rest of the horizontal space has been left open as a source of outdoor terrace attached to the existing kitchen. Large black windows make it the finest in the rock embedded slope surrounded by the pines.