The KPA Badatelna is an object used by the KPA studio for communal use, work and, last but not least, a resting place. It is in direct contact with a pleasant lake, on which it provides various views with its high-altitude subdivision. The structure is divided into three dimensions. The underground level is designed for sleeping and basic hygiene needs. A direct view below the surface of the lake through the frontal glass wall completes the atmosphere. The middle section, on the ground level, is used for social activities. The above-ground spaces are philosophical. They offer a hill-to-valley view. The main purpose is to focus on the working part of the day. Individual working spaces are separated by an elaborate stream of light that defines the spaces for working and moving between cells.