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A single-family house for summer use near the seaside. The cubic structure is designed as plastic work of stone, wood and metal. The building has flat roofs which are realized as dwelling terraces. The stone makes a connection with the sand, which is the natural surrounding material of the building. The wood is set up as a decorative facade edging and it becomes a raster in front of the terraces and serves as a parapet, where it is needed. The used metal is etalbond and it creates the transition between the materials and the surfaces. The building has a storey construction with separated staircase and interior stairs. The space is designed with free planning and non-beam construction.