D House

The distance between the object and its surrounding implies decision making regarding how to begin a dialogue amongst them. In this case, the land has semi forest like characteristics with a vast view over the Catedral mountain. Hence this duality between near and far superposed, invites the search for a focus adjustment in the look. 

Understating this, the house is developed from two elements: the deck and the roof. The deck, as continuous plane between the interior and the exterior, elevates de land´s level, hence creating a relationship between the uses of the space and the immediate surroundings, with living, eating and cooking spaces. Perceiving the landscape and relating to what’s far away. The roof´s work on the other hand, specifically in the living and dining room space focuses in elevating the side-skirts on the sides of its perimeter achieving more indoor height, allowing the eye to see farther than usual and opening the visual field 180º, trying to capture the full height and length of the mountains inside the house.