In accordance to the dream of the owners it was to build a house onto the narrow lake site which has a close connection to nature combined with a Japanese atmosphere. The Japanese culture reflects a feeling of sophistication, perfection in detailing, open spaces disconnected to the flowing landscape with the changing of the seasons. The aim of the architect was to design a Gesamtkunstwerk where the Architecture is to express a strong relationship to nature in which the house is part of the natural environment. This was achieved by renaturalisating a wetland landscape with careful interventions and a simple wooden shell sitting carefully on the landscape acting as a shelter not a barrier. The building seems to be composed of 2 shells with a light axis running through it. This axis starts with the concrete entrance path allowing the landscape to flow through, continued through the buildings ending with a direct open view to the lake. The grass area seems to extend the interior of the house to the outside creating an unique inside outside connection. Clouds are mirrored in the polished natural stone floor. The Patina of the changing wood colour into grey has the effect that the building seems to melt into nature. Due to the North orientation the decks allow different quality spaces according to sun and wind. The aim of this project was to create Organic Architecture by expressing the unique site character, the sensual articulation of space and material, the sublime light design and the contrast between man made shapes and wild wetlands nature.