The complete interior design program follows the architectural scheme: pure geometry and lines, without any artifices or abuse of material. The chairs in the dining room are made of Iroko wood, the same wood that covers the walls and ceiling in the dining room. The outdoor furniture is made from white polyethylene and aluminum, with the deliberate absence of rustic material, perhaps applying a modern concept subscribed to by designers such as Philippe Starck, that of industrial material being more respectful to the environment since it does not decimate trees. Although the furniture was specifically designed for this house, it was later manufactured by Gandia Blasco.
White is the only color used in the upholstery throughout the house, which gives off its particular light. There is a guiding thread throughout the project which is followed without interruption; nothing is out of place, nothing is superfluous or added. The interior design is integrated in to the architecture, which gives the coherence that emanates from this house.