The holiday house addresses two different identities, Erica and Harry. According to the film analysis, Erica is presented as an independent woman who comes into conflict with the stereotypes of the time, through her profession as a writer. On the other Harry is successful as a film producer with great social life.

In light of the differences in their behavior, design intent is a residence dipole. The functions of the kitchen and bar are considered shared and hosted on a piece of furniture in the outdoor area. Due to height difference the furniture converts on the one side to bar and the other to table. The bar as a function, addressed to Harry, the kitchen to Erica and the equipment grant from the private space of each.

Summarizing the furniture whose boundaries extend the outdoor, semi-outdoor private space, is considered the '' key '' which joins two different identities.