Yenakart means ‘cool air’, which makes a good name for a residential area. The house is in one of the last vacant lots surrounded by medium and high rise buildings. The mass is cut with angles to avoid the direct visual contact with the high-rise while maintaining an open platform in the middle for main family activities. The roof tiles as a major material start from the roof and continue down to the walls on two sides. The tile-cladded facade is light and perforated in order to provide privacy while allowing light and air to go through.