The Building stands in contrast to the surrounding built fabric, which extends along the access road. Placement scale and materiality relate it to the landscape. The rectangular concrete form has two incisions on opposing corners. Toward the street it forms the entry, while on the side towards Bünz Creek it frames views of the landscape and Castle of Wildegg. The two incisions also structure the plans. On the open Ground Floor they form various living areas allowing for diagonal views through and across the space. The Upper Floor is divided into three bedrooms of the exact same dimension. They become differentiated through their specific arrangement within the volume. An acrylic coating that is enhanced by adding metal pigments is painted on the exterior concrete in several layers. The different natural lighting conditions have a strong and varying effect on the surface in terms of coloration and reflectivity. This enhances the sculptural aspect of the building and attempts to connect it with the landscape. The building is more sculpture than house - a stray rock in the Bünz valley. The garden is cut out of the landscape. A grid of stripes made of material with the surface quality of asphalt demarcate the extent of the property and relate building to landscape. The grid becomes access to the building, while the depressed interstitial spaces become framed meadows.