The simple building volume Villa Skuru has a rich expression through a design with tectonic divisions in the clear, powerful building elements. This division of the facade is fully part of the rendering process, with offset panels, structural variations and shadow joints, while the structure consists of brick laid Leca blocks. The fact that the architectural expression suggests a more refined design than it really is, is something we are familiar with from architectural history, like in all the rendered log houses trying to look like noble stone houses, for example. Internally, the walls and ceilings are plastered, while the floors are polished concrete, giving the feel of a robust and solid whole. The main part of the house consists of a room that serves two functions, exercise and cooking, which are central to the client, and can also be used exclusively for either activity.