The house's underfloor structure is bolted to multiple concrete pylons. It has two units set at different levels, the smaller one containing the open kitchen, the dining table with long benches, and the bathroom. The wide steps lead to the bigger unit where you will see the private bedroom and additional sleeping space set on an open loft. Glass windows allow lots of natural light and ventilation. The high-ceiling living space has a day bed for reading or napping, with the option to completely open the accordion-type doors to let in nature, or to close them when tropical showers fall. An additional picnic table on the deck becomes practical when friends drop by.
Details show up in the louver panels below the roof, the kitchen and bathroom fixtures, the nuts and bolts fixing the wooden structure to its concrete pylons, the operable glass windows and doors, the spaces between the floorboards, and even in the structural roof supports underneath that skin. And of course, the hammock.
Edit: I added another hammock (of a different style), a couple of beachballs, surfboards, and a changing cabana. See cabana details (curtains and curtain grommets, hooks, and roof).