The Plan  is laid out like a small hotel room providing an enclosed space at the southeast corner that may serve utilitarian functions while the open space to the north of this is screened at the east by the structural piers beyond the glass line and by the extension of the solid, masonry wall enclosing part of the eastern edge of the space.  This space becomes the served space so to speak, the living/sleeping space.  The solid masonry edge extends up only 7 1/2 feet to exist as a ruinous wall over which the roof system floats.  Closure between the masonry shell and the floating roof is nothing but glass and a few thin cypress mullions to contain the glass.