The contemporary design is made aware of the language of cultural monument and does not tried to copy historical references. The architectural relationship is achieved by the materials such as small-scale roofing, bright covered plaster and dark wooden windows. Two outdoor spaces were defined and helped shape the form of the building: The entrance in the northeast in the direction of natural space and private parks in the southwest with a wonderful view of the mountain road.
The single-family home has a remarkable location at the foot of Seeheimer Castle. Aware of its historical references, the architectural language of the house does not try to copy but rather harmonize with the existing context. This is achieved with material as well as a three winged z-shaped form anchored by a sculptural stair that is visible from the outside.
The ground floor of the spacious living room with dining area is separated by a built-in element of the kitchen. The children's' room is located in the north wing while the parents' bedroom is in the middle.