Luxury has nothing to do with price. What architecture should do is give an idea of luxury on a large scale.
Large and almost sterile plateaus facing the sun are designed for luxurious social events.
Eclectic architecture and interior decoration, dictated by the desire of owners to move away from the monotonous design, and fill the space of the estate with different meanings.
Behind the facade, traditional for a cottage made of glued timber, there is an unusually rich interior, where a special role is played by a combination of artificial and natural lighting.