The villa located in the prestigious Buda hills as a stylus and yet casual and sophisticated structure impressing us if we were looking at icons of bygone times in black-and-white photos. Despite the steep plot sits in a forrest we have spectacular view of the famous Erzsébet lookout and the surrounding hills but no built environment. The external shell of the house is a spacious brick crust, the heated rooms inside behave like nutmeat within the hard-shell. It is also a kind of distancing, saving some unique spatial quality, creating something extra and additional. As a result, the house is simultaneously enclosing itself, and yet reveals its defined transparency. It reflects a tight, well-organized order, but with some gestures it actually steps out its dull orderliness.The exposed roof structure spans between in-situ concrete beams let the tectonic order visible. The atrium itself is not just a central component, rather sober and rational trick of development which also a light-trap because its orientation and connection. The spatial structure is genuinely contemporary, yet its interiors radiate conservative comfort and familiarity shaped with refined tastes.