One of the last projects by the Swiss architectural practice Gramazio & Kohler represents strictly geometrical and contemporary example of the architecture traditional typology of its location. Built in the village of Riedikon, The Switzerland, the prismatic-shaped house resembles the gable-roofed cottages of the village which dates back at least to the early 8th century, on the lake known as Greifensee, near Zurich.

Designed for a young family with one children, the house is completed with the concrete base which is seen in the interior especially and light wooden screen which hides the concrete and windows. The screen made out of 315 vertical spruce slats, rough sawn on the sides and CNC-milled on the front and back, creates compact skin of the house which brings a lot of intimacy to the family.