The villa for the Christoph Müller family is located in the small commune of Mölin. On the territory with a noticeable slope, in the 1980s, a house of silicate bricks was already built, and the new building, located on an elevation at the far end of the site, had to give way to the “neighbor”, while remaining independent. A complex, polygonal layout of a similar shape and a green pergola connecting them (it is through it that the main entrance is arranged) helped to show the connection between the two rival volumes more clearly. As for the rest, the new "tenant" plays by its own rules.
To emphasize the independence and independence of his work, Jan Skuratovsky chose wood for the interior and exterior decoration of the two upper floors. Specially prepared gray larch planks on the façade actively resist the heavy yellowish bricks of the first house. Also, in contrast to the gable tiled roof of the old building, the absolutely flat completion of the new structure is perceived. The general composition of both volumes naturally uses the existing bias.
The exposed concrete structures of the lower floor accommodate a guest room with private access to the garden, as well as a sauna with relaxation area, a cellar and a laundry room. On the main ground floor, there are the bedrooms with a bathroom and a kitchen with a dining area, while upstairs there is a spacious living room with a revolving fireplace and a large landscaped terrace. The horizontal lines of the division are defiantly emphasized by massive canopies, into which special protective screens are built. Large panoramic windows face mainly the southern and western sides, but the canopy is arranged around the entire perimeter of the house and at the level of the second floor forms a secluded place for parking a car.