The living space with the main views is on the upper floor. Bedrooms overlooking a shaded garden, and a study with a sunlit terrace on the roof complete the intricate volume of the house. The internal layout integrates seamlessly with the house's form. The house itself becomes a sculpture.

The plot is located in a small, newly developed area in the Vltava Valley, accessible by an unpaved road that leads to a dead-end. The area’s southern edge is bordered by a mature forest on the northern slope. Hera, a sculpturally shaped house has emerged, offering various spatial experiences within the interior and a rich, ever-changing profile when viewed from the outside.