The house aims to be accommodating without excess. Measuring 145m², the design balances suburban expectations with sustainable economy. Bedrooms and bathrooms are deliberately compact, with kid's study desks thrown into a corridor to be kept visible. Shared zones are spatially generous, with high, uplifting ceilings and textured brick walls. Display niches and sitting nooks are carved into the perimeter wall, lending utility and delight. A master bedroom looking out to the garden provides a space for retreat.