is a minimalist house located in Switzerland, designed by . The exterior facade has gabled walls that appear as though they are folded along a vertical seam. The interior is minimal and clean, with a unique staircase that has an array of wires suspended between the first and second floors. The wire elements were also used in the upper floor as a barrier.
The building is fraught with large-paned windows that allows an ample amount of natural sunlight to enter the building. The light hitting against the white walls and light wood floors is beyond mesmerizing. The building has an unconventional geometry that was intended to offer a flexible floor plan ideal for family life.