We seek a construction where the human presence is manifested by geometric abstraction that, when set against the surrounding landscape, underlines the markedly natural. This relationship of opposites extends to the entire performance of the work.
The house is divided into volumes that are connected through spaces exposed to the landscape. Thus, access to any of the modules implies entering-exiting the house and the landscape. Exposing yourself to the landscape and taking refuge in the house. Being part of the landscape and observing it framed in the window. We try to generate, through the division of the house into volumes, a feeling of shelter. Smaller spaces allow to be appropriated more easily. The separation between each of the spaces means that they can be inhabited independently.