The main requirement for the design was the wish of the customer to minimize damage to forest areas in which the object is located. Information on the author’s project. The house was created under the concept of “organic architecture” of Frank Lloyd Wright, an ideal which is the integrity and unity with nature. They are characterized by an open plan, prevailing in the composition of the horizontal well made outside the home of the roof, terrace, finishing raw natural materials, rhythmic articulation of the facade frames, which served as the prototype of Japanese temples. On the main facade are sliding, almost the entire wall of doors, which makes it possible to combine into a unified whole interior with the encircling terrace house. Generous roof slopes, combined with good thermal insulation of walls does not allow the house to heat up excessively during the summer sunshine, but also significantly reduces the costs for air conditioning indoors.