A Holiday home on a hill in a mixed rubber / Tea plantation. The project mostly uses materials drawn from the immediate environment. It was built by local estate mason. The building is purposely buried into the hill to avoid a front and a back. The entrance tunnel to the inner court yard rises vertically to the upper level. The original excavated stone now exposed is the centerpiece in the courtyard. The excavated stone is used throughout the construction of the courtyard and the building. Rainwater deposited in the central courtyard is collected in a pond and diverted to collection. Being in a plantation the low erosion protection dry walling gradually rise up to carry the building. The building is kept simple as it would be foolish to compete with, but celebrate the changing view.