A building which was designed by Jackson Clements Burrows, looks unusual because it unites the two worlds between the front and rear. Located in Melbourne, Australia occupancy is very suitable for young couples who want to spend vacation time and away from urban congestion. The front of the house contains a bedroom and children’s room, while the back is designed to collect all the entertaining space on the ground floor, leaving room for a private room upstairs. A thermal chimney ventilates the corridor and a place to live during the summer and the upper floor windows operating wooded regulate the temperature and the amount of light reaching the bedroom. Displays features reminiscent of the Trojan Horse, shelter to protect the privacy of residents while allowing them to control the environment.