Architecturally, the project is articulated by three cubes, these cubes are arranged in such a way that they generate courtyards between them, which serve to illuminate the various rooms and spaces.
These cubes house the more static part of the functional program, that is, living room, kitchen and bedrooms. These volumes have a stone and solid character, where windows are perceived as perforations.
White stone from Capri was the material chosen for these containers. With an apparently anarchic but extensively studied unfolding, it serves to increase the sense of massiveness, and decreases the time required for cutting the stone.
Old Finnish people with things on their heads. That is all.
(OK, I lied, that is not all. These are part of a funny, gorgeous photo series by Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen called Eyes As Big As Plates, and you should look at as much of it as you possibly can.)
(Also: hat tip, so to speak, to Mr. Benjamin Birdsall.)