This long but narrow home was influenced by the pixel which comprises our modern world. The pixel is a small square-like dot of color which when clustered creates clear images. The smallest pixels of this house are the bricks in the perforated wall which serve as a privacy creating mechanism for the family and a filter for natural light.
The pixel motif resurfaces in the skylight dotted roof, the stepping stones in the two inner gardens as well as the plan itself which combines ‘pixels of living spaces’ intertwined with ‘pixels of the inner gardens’. The end result is a house which creates privacy for the family with the help of the outer wall as well as a strong indoor/outdoor dialogue – light, space and matter converge to create a crystal clear image.