A white obi holds together this bare concrete building with local “nagaya" type 4 units of two different typologies: some with a void above the living room and some with the living room between an inner patio and the outer garden. All old stones which are the remains of previous houses built since centuries on this site and found during the excavations before laying the foundations are used in front of the entrance doors of all four units in order to tell the story of this land to all visitors. The inner staircases are designed in order to let the visual transparency flow through the entire unit. All bathrooms have top lights for natural lighting. All kitchens have linear 6m of fully equipped counters and are located between the living & dining rooms. The structural system is a concrete box system (without any pillars or beams). This allows clean cut room volumes and spaces.