The plot has a gentle slope to the south as well as a pine forest that should not be disturbed. Therefore, the house complies with the northern boundary, while seeking the noon day sun. But if what makes a house better is its spatial value, then looking to the south is insufficient. As a result, it encloses a courtyard to the north that allows a certain transversal transparency.
The order is compact; the daytime area and the main bedroom are to the south, as in a small independent house, and the kitchen and services areas are to the north, all on located on the ground floor. Upstairs, the storing structure organizes five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Outside, the brick walls are painted white on galvanized steel bases, aluminium frames and a large zinc roof; inside, exceptional oak flooring extends vertically on the timber joinery and the white wall paint. The simplicity of the finishings allow for the carefull design of the seams. The house is built as a set of well-defined plans materialized by the wood that organizes it entirely. The expressive identity that the cover provides, as a surgical cut, does not prevent its articulation. The folded plan, the inner spaces generated by the porches and the selective landscaping unwind the formal unity into a multiplicity of places that will find their use, a time or a season to enjoy with the life passing by.