Softbox TiriPiri, Vacation House in Plienciems, Latvia The building is the result of a stretched, two-slope volumetric silhouette. The "long” glazed facades embody roof and walls - gray tin finish. The northern corner of the building is accentuated with a chimney duct perforating the metallic skin. Perpendicular to the construction, a terrace with a small hut was created. Special designed metallic anchors support a synthetic rope web for the future expansion of climbing plants. The structure of the building generates from the inner exposed metal U beams that support the wooden structure of the roof, the concrete slabs and the frames of the facades. The geothermal pump serves the floor heating system; solar collectors provide heated water while lots of small windows allow the proper circulation of air. A living area with a kitchen niche, a sole bedroom, a bathroom and a technical room are located on the first floor of the house. A storage/maintenance space with its entrance from the yard is not heated. Six movable sleeping spots and closets were distributed on the second level. The interior design of the volume was determined by the lighted exterior sections – wooden frames with two types of polycarbonateand glass. The predominantly white interior submits to the unpredictable environmental state. The light colored interior sections contrast with the brown toned structure of the facades and with the custom made furniture.