A single deformed cylinder, prolonged and carved into, is an enclosure bringing tribute to the organic nature of the environment it was built in. The concrete shell of the cylinder wraps around a porch and ends circling a tree which is the focal point of the patio. The construction conveys a duality with nature in spite of appearing highly futuristic. No curve is unaccounted for, each being prolonged from one plan into another. The shape of the walls makes for a warm and comforting inner space and accents the change of light during the day by utilizing two glass facades and the round piercings into the cover. The flowing spaces afford a gradual, intimate and sinuous perception and natural ventilation throughout the residence. The main materials of the building are white concrete and rich wood, simple and appropriate for this privileged enclave. The beautiful venue uses the lush forest as an integral part of its landscaping.