The villa, located on a flat land, has been designed and renovated by ONEY Architecture, protected from sun and sand storms. Villa owners, who wanted the villa to have an introverted and closed mass appearance, especially wanted the combination of luxury and functionality in the design of the interior. The main staircase hall in the original architecture of the villa has been reinterpreted in an impressive and extraordinary line connecting the building to the outside and connecting the bedrooms and living spaces on the upper floors. Controlled daylight from the main staircase hall to all living spaces is the basic design metaphor of the main circulation. The horizontal façade grid, which continues on the façade of the building, acts as a sun-shaded canopy on the South side of the pool in front of the main staircase hall. While a more permeable structure is considered on the facade of the building overlooking the large front garden and the landscape, the side facades, where the same stone pavement is continued, are designed to be more closed. The residential area, which is exposed to sand storms in places, negatively affects the indoor ventilation. To protect the façade, which has wide openings, from these conditions, an exterior system has been developed with sliding solid panels. Öney achieved an order in minimal lines by using a single stone material in order to transform the eclectic and random geometric structure of the existing building mass into a singular and holistic structure.