A group of pines that grow with rare force give the place shelter from storms that sweep in regularly. Between the trees, a group of buildings are placed to seek sun shelter and views. The entrance, living room, kitchen, and terrace form a large transparent room, facing both the sea in the northeast and the evening sun towards the southwest. Serving functions are conversely closed, turned away from the sea along an adjoining airy corridor. In the quietest position of the house is the master bedroom. The freestanding guesthouse is like a boat, all everyday functions are on a compressed surface independent of the other buildings. At the far end of the plot, in the most secluded location is the sauna. With a foundation on boulders found on the site, the building takes a step up into the plot’s slightly sloping terrain. Between pines, in the protection of surrounding buildings, it scouts down towards the sea.