Dwek certainly did not design a cold, museum-like block house. He did put the house in a precisely measured straitjacket, but it still has a relaxed flow. The architecture does not impose itself precisely because everything is so intuitive and well balanced. The luxury is in the refined art and design collection but also in the interior details, which make numerous references to twentieth-century design history. We see Jean-Michel Frank in the black parchment wall, feel Le Corbusier in the rotating bathroom mirrors, and recognize Mies van der Rohe in the monumental Eramosa marble washbasin.