The house features multiple concrete volumes of different sizes, positioned together in a manner that replicates the arrangement of clustered buildings. The architects explain that ‘House In Troia’ is “conceived as a city with the size of a house”. Inside, no two spaces share the same dimensions: “There are no two equal rooms; differing in scale, lighting and relationship with their surrounding”, the architects state. The kitchen, living and dining areas are organized around a large central courtyard, or “the heart of the home”; an area that includes a grass lawn, a large pool and a deck for enjoying the sunshine. Interior spaces feature painted concrete walls, wood furnishings, and marble stone bench tops and steps in beige tones.