The situation speaks for itself – and so does the house: To the north the towering ridge of the Jura; south, the Swiss central plateau stretching out towards the Alps. Taking account of this spectacular site and view, the structure of the house is placed in a parallel line to the steep slope of the Jura. The structure of the building is divided by means of interior design, a wall of furniture, into an uphill and a downhill section, respectively. The generously glazed living quarters are arranged facing south. In the northern section, offering close views of the Jura which are not less attractive than those of the distant Alps, there is the entrance area, provisions, and guest accommodation. The first floor, with the bedrooms and the dressing rooms, as well as the sanitary facilities, is characterized by loggias, reaching out south with a strong gesture. • Thanks to this bulge, highly attractive exterior spaces have been created both in the first floor and in the ground floor. Materials and colour scheme take account of the distance between interior and exterior spaces, between living and landscape. Thus, every view into the surroundings is staged and defined as special. In order not to impair the views or the gardens to the south, access and garages have been placed at the margins of the lot, towards, and, partially, inside, the slope. The house has a massive appearance. Its facades are made of prefabricated concrete. By placing the large fairfaced concrete panels in a shifted manner, the structure of the house is enhanced, andstrenghtened. The house is not eager to take on the beautiful and dignified mountain range of the Jura – it could, though.