Didar House is a house for a family of 5 people; two daughters and a son. The client had asked for a separate living and dining room and individual bedrooms for each person. The mother of the family requested us to design the rooms in such a way that while the children feel independent enough in their rooms, it could be possible to monitor the activities of the younger child. In addition to the above demands, the economy construction process can be mentioned as one of the most important limitations of the design. Due to the limited width of the site, in the design process, we arrived at mezzanines which addressed the user’s demands for separate spaces, and at the same time it was possible to see the spaces from the living room. so the project was named “Didar” house after that.