In this project, the question is posed of how the structure of a villa can perform as a programmed space or in contrast, how the program performs as a structure. This villa consists of two elements; first, the structural grid which is the result of transforming a beam and column system to a spatial Cartesian network of cores, and second, a glass box that is sited on the grid. The grid performs both as a private space and an active structure for the glass box which holds the public programs. The connection between these two elements, private and public spaces, is readable in Andrea Palladio's Rotonda villa in which four cores are erected from the perimeter of a Void and connecting the public space in the first floor to the private in the second. This diagram is used in Damavand villa, however, two elements are inverted in response to obtaining maximum view for public space. The network of cores continues to the out and curves the hill to gain access to the city. On the first floor, each side of a horizontal core holds a bedroom with a sole view. The four cores rooted in the glass box respond to its need for private programs. The box's program is divided by the four cores. at the center, the living room takes place in which its roof and ground are transparent, strengthening the void. the other programs loop around the cores, which has 360 views including the Damavand mountain.