The employer, one of the well-established families of Amman, wanted to combine the lands they own in Amman and build a mansion integrated into their existing homes. In the new setup of the building, the host can make a direct transition from the existing home to the study room, library, majlis and courtyard with pool. A separate main entrance was designed for large groups coming to the majlis. In order to hide the vehicle entrance, car parking was built underground. A courtyard with a pool, a garden and twenty-room accommodation for guests is integrated into this entrance. In order to make a seamless transition between the existing house and the living areas in the courtyard, it was necessary to create the ten-meter difference of levels and solve it in the inner garden. By lowering the sloping garden with steps and connecting the view at the lower level to the inner garden, ÖNEY left a wide flat for the swimming pool in the middle. The transition from the building to the swimming pool platform was created with continuous steps. In Amman, where the average air temperature is high, there was a great need for shaded areas in the garden. The building, which is perceived as a majestic stone wall surface by the main road, takes on a mobile structure in its sections extending from the majlis to the accommodation area in the South extension. Bays, shaded balconies, and greened with plants are included in this mobility. Local tile motifs are used on the prominent recess surfaces of the parapets. The hexagonal ladder tower connects the majlis and the accommodation area. This structure, which is expressive and eclectic with its facade movements, has the same character in plan layout. Indoor spaces are designed with the simultaneous movement of a large number of people. The most distinctive feature of the seating areas is that they are areas with high comfort in abundant greenery.