The idea of continuous discontinuity seemed to interest us the most. We could create forms which interfere yet integrate the one with the other permitting the realisation of different uses.
We ended up with a form which integrates the interior/exterior, up/down and different types of users with different types of uses. The elements be made to pass into each other and the different parts of the form be made to respond to each other.
A region used as a bench can be used as a step in order to ascend meanwhile a region used to sleep could create beneath a sort of a roof, a shadowed region. What may be considered as exterior by an adult, may simultaneously be used as an interior space by a child, for example.
The urge to fix the base of our form to the ground arose from the urge to delete the frontier between the different height of each floor. We thought that if our structure can be embedded in the ground and at the same time be fixed on the protostructure then the different heights become one; given that you can reach the top as easily as you can reach the bottom.