A cabin for two, in Devon UK. One main volume for living, with a bathroom. Situated on a hill with a few not-so-distant homes looking at it. Subsequently, it becomes shy. But it wants to look over these homes to the Exe Valley. Its visors are up to filter out this view. The visor space is habitable as a BBQ spot, etc.
These 1:10 model photos above show a window condition. Two windows in Shy House directly face the visor. A gradient of light across the visor on the interior face of the corrugated sheet becomes an internal condition.
Above image showing the premise of the visor optics. Vision is projected by cupping hands around the eyes when looking into such things as space at night, sky and landscapes because the local is not registered.
Above drawing of an initial/outdated scheme.