This bungalow of 2500 sqft building on a 40’x50′ north facing site with the main access from the south. The main requirement was to build a house with minimal maintenance and sufficient daylight and ventilation. The house has the formal living area on ground and rest of the private spaces (living room, kitchen, bedroom) on first floor and second floor level with a staircase access on the western side. The layout attempts to dissolve boundaries between the indoor and the outdoor through the effective utilization of the transition space, with its abundance of natural light, ventilation and scenic views. The family room opens up into terrace giving the adequate amount of south sun whereas habitable room are east-west facing openings. Material palette is kept minimal with pure white walls and contrasting teak wood finishes for door, windows and furniture.