Omnibus House is a house of six gardens. Each garden fosters different outdoor rooms that aim to foster an array of diverse domestic environments. The form of the house is defined by the shape of the gardens, and interior space works as a link between the outdoor spaces. Here, architecture exists simply as a framing device - a collection of walls that segregate the gardens into their respective plots: a wall for every garden, gardens as rooms. The two roof planes on the first and second floors are in line with the horizon line to intergrate diverse and scattered exterior spaces.