Situated on a hill in the southeast of Corsica, an island connected to France, the holiday home forms a design language between local and contemporary. Consisting of a monolith mass, the building was designed using local materials and masonry, respecting its context. The house consists of 3 bedrooms for parents, children and other family members, 2 bathrooms covered with limestone tiles, a small kitchen in common areas, a living room, a long table for pleasant dinners and a mezzanine floor that is left empty to be shaped in the future. Outside the house, there is a terrace and a pool with a long table that meets the hill view.
While the local stones used on the facade and the a two-sided roof refer to the architecture in the region, details such as square openings and mezzanine floors decorated with wooden jambs enrich the structure by separating it from the traditional style. While natural stone is used in all of the thick exterior walls, wooden materials are used in the window and door openings, so that natural stone and wood reflect a harmonious and environmentally friendly relationship. While its interior design and design adapt quite well to the contemporary living demands of the users, the mass carries traces from its geography.