The design is deceivingly simple, comprising of 6 number steel portals at 4.75 metre centres spanning 9 metres creating a large flexible space. The columns remain exposed on the lower floor with a rendered plinth sliding behind on the north and east facades. The plinth has been pulled back a bay at the west end creating a covered parking area. At first floor level the columns are wrapped with an untreated Western Red Cedar rain screen cladding. The roof is clad in standing seam Rheinzink. The south facade is entirely glazed with Iroko sliding doors on the lower level, above sliding Western Red Cedar louvers guard against excessive solar gain. The detailing of the residence is fastidiously precise but embellishment minimal seeking a sense of connection with its rural roots.