The project seeks to use the idea of "green" in a constructive manner. An entire front of the house is screened by a green wall made simply of climbing plants, which grow on a metal structure. The result is a space protected from the sun, which acts as a natural extension of the dining room to the exterior, while simultaneously serving as an acoustic and thermal barrier.
The interior space contains no right angles, and achieves a particular fluidity, suggesting a spatial continuum which connects one room to another. Kumaki states his first goal was to create a curved shape that could better respond to wind exposure, to then crystallise an interior where the same wind can flow with no interruptions.