It is not always boring to stay in the room since the room is also outside. This house has offered something new about the room. The room is designed without a wall but only a roof and a floor so that the fresh air can directly be breathed. The design of the house itself began, as a point of departure, with a depository of one hundred year old Douglas Fir beams reclaimed from a series of burned down ware- houses. This house is near the garden so the view is very natural and cold. For the summer holiday, this house is very suitable since you can feel the sun rise directly from the out room. The beams were of different lengths and cross sectional dimensions, and had astonishing proportions – some as long as 20 meters, some as deep as 90 cm. the beams make this house very tough to stand and this house is hurricane resistant. The wall is also very strong that make this house safe from the strong wind. To maximize ambiguity between interior and exterior space, architect removed definition of one significant corner of each room by pulling the structure back from the corner it- self, using bent steel columns.