The property sits on Vettakollen and is split plot on a sunny hillside overlooking Oslo. The accommodation consists of two main volumes forming a T-shape clad with a horizontal layer of Kebony. Due to the slope of the site there is only one visible floor showing when standing in the courtyard of the residence. The lower floor is addressing the garden towards south and houses the private functions, such as bedrooms and bathrooms. The main part consists of living room and kitchen with direct access to the terrace on the ground and is accessed straight from the courtyard and garage. The accommodation is adapted to the terrain as far as possible and is modestly placed on the slope. The building's use of materials with natural nuances such as Kebony that naturally turns grey, slats of dark stained pine, plaster, dry stacked walls and zinc creates an exciting and neutral contrast that blends the house into the villa area in general.