Built in a neighborhood of traditional single-family homes near Skopje, Macedonia, the GD House by INOUTarchitettura is unlike the rest. Inspired by Macedonian culture and building techniques, the house was designed from row concrete and created in closed cubic forms that reveal nothing of the luxurious world inside at street view. Created with varying levels of privacy, the plot aims to create an oasis for the family from the suburban surroundings. To realize this, the main building and guest house were built around a corner perimeter, with vegetation placed on the opposite corner to close off an inner courtyard. Despite its cold outlook the modern property reveals itself to be quite the suburban sanctuary, including a modest three-bedroom house, an outdoor swimming pool, and a guest house.