This house is located on a steep slope at the Lipno Reservoir, high above sea level at 2,245 feet, with an unfavorable northeast orientation. The design of the house tries to find an answer to these rather difficult conditions. The whole body of the house is divided into two masses; the bottom concrete base contains bedrooms connected with the exterior by a terrace, and there is a small wellness room and a technical room in the basement.
A glassed-in rectangular prism rests across the concrete base, projecting out 26 feet on both sides; and thus, the structure seems to levitate among trees over the lake. The living space is opened to the sun and the panoramic views of the lake through the glassed-in facade. Folding shutters regulate how far the facade can open and close. Construction of the base is sandwich-reinforced concrete; the upper rectangular prism is formed of steel truss construction and coated with resistant HPL compact boards. The house is heated by a heat pump connected to deep wells.