The preservation of the garden is the design strategy. The position of the volume is a result of the boundary lines between the trees and the empty space. Consequently, all trees in the garden preserved by this strategy, in addition, trees create a simultaneous mixture of spatial and geometry of the volume. This geometry causes the continuity and fluidity of the spaces in the garden for the whole project.
In order to emphasize on the historical traditions and with the aim of creating a dialogue among main elements including inhabitants, building, and garden most of all the outer edge of the floors slip on each other.
As a result, this slip has led to the creation of semi-private terraces and furthermore the creation of a hierarchy of spatial, open to closed and public to private for residents.
The project was completely covered with wood to strengthen the dialogue between garden and facade. Rather than the usual routine, the ground floor of the project was devoted to empty space. As a result, this empty space enhances the garden size, revive the courtyard and creates a semi-public arena for social relationships.
Finally, based on the syntax of the traditional courtyard house, all units have spacious terraces and duplex units having private courtyards. Rainwater and surface water collect and flow into the longitudinal axis of the garden.