“This should stand out.” This family home tries to play on the notions of privacy and transparency, fluidity and functional considerations. It uses a palette of material - white paint and wooden walls - both raw and rich in textures and colors, which in combination with the botanic element offer an abstract composition on the street. The villa presents itself as an elegant craved mass, with a master bedroom seemingly hanging at the top. The project culminates with glass walls that roll away highlighting the space’s gracious connections to porches and outdoor spaces. Its internal division consists of a large master bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and a dressing room, 3 bedrooms, a salon, guestroom and services distributed between two floors, and a basement.