Samera is a house carved and molded by nature with an elaborately designed entrance. This type of construction emphasized that the building is on a higher level than the entrance. As I entered the house, I felt as if the building was a separate entity from the entrance making it easier for anyone to see the upper and lower levels of the building. This feature is characteristic of the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Chinese lion sculptures found above the entrance to the door may represent the roles of the man and woman of the house. The female lion is on a higher level than the male and may suggest how the female gives much respect to her male counterpart. The form of the male lion also depicts how he protects his female lion. These pieces are interesting crafts of this house.