The building appears to have been shaped by the wind and its organic form blends into the original landscape. Irregular, curved walls and rounded corners give the rooms a cave-like ambience. The interior of the house is nevertheless light and bright thanks to the skylights and windows (positioned to block the wind). The open living, dining and cooking area in the central part of the building opens with a large window to the sea to the southeast. In the adjoining part of the building are the three bedrooms and bathrooms. Another detached structure that can be rented separately has a living area with kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. The communicative heart of the villa is the pergola, which runs the entire length of the ensemble. From here, a small path leads to the somewhat secluded pool area with tree house. From the accessible roof, the view extends far across the nature reserve to the Mediterranean Sea.