The house is located on the north-facing slope with the views to distinctive forested landscape to the north and a large garden to the south. The north elevation has a plain form with steel post and beam construction. The voids between log posts and beams are filled with natural stone and large horizontal windows. The post and beam construction is designed to support the facade cladding and integrate external window louvres and a pergola on the south and west elevations. The design challenge was to respond to sloping down site condition. The house is split into three individual parts which correspond with the various activities taking place in the house. The post and beam construction and split level floorplate configuration allow the site level change to take place within the building design and provide direct access to the garden from the central living space. Internally the accommodation is spread over three floors: lower ground floor, partially built into the slope, accommodates an entrance, a garage, service rooms, wellness and guest rooms main living space, the library and bedrooms are situated on the ground floor with direct access to outdoor the top floor has more private character and contain a master bedroom with ensuite ,a dressing room, an office and a HI-FI room. To complement the architectural features, a big atrium with an exclusive garden pond, a barbeque and outdoor facilities for food preparation have been designed in the west, most elevated part of the house.