Box House II has a courtyard layout, with a living space on one side and sleeping quarter on the other side. This courtyard layout is placed in the first floor sandwiched between two other floors. The layout, then, disintegrates along a diagonal line dividing it into a large outdoor terrace and an indoor double-height common space with a prominent staircase. The main facades of the house are composed as a single carved box. The two main facades conceal the internal logic of the plan behind large abstracted forms as to bring an element of surprise to the experience of the plan and section. This abstraction is especially legible at the middle section of the facades where the plan is introverted toward the courtyard leaving the facade clear of openings.