The family house is situated on the slope of Bílá hora in Pilsen. The house is a composition of gable roofed volumes. This basic archetypal shape is developed and layered in all spatial axes. The result is an atrium house for use of a big family with a separate studio. The rooms maximally exploit volume of gable roofs in the interior.

The entrance floor is recessed in the slope and is made of reinforced concrete. The garage situated next to the entrance is hidden behind the same metal tiling as rest of the ground floor, so that first impression of the house is not a garage door but the house over it. The house itself is a full-fledged wooden structure with gabled roofs and glazing with view over the city. Industrial shed roofs overlooked by the house became an inspiration for this house design.