This house is best understood in its different contexts: the location of the Lake (Washington), the influence of the Pacific, the forest environment and the development of woodworking industry, as well as poetry, comfortable and safe housing.
Engava (? ? or ? ?) – this is an open gallery, the envelope with two or three sides of a Japanese house. The influence of Japanese architecture is evident, and the authors do not deny it.
The highlight of the house is “Light Core” in the heart – piercing house full height light well, which is an additional tool for the intensification of air.