A house that seeks to be as transparent as possible so that the surrounding landscape goes through the spaces, generating different perceptions of the nature around it. An experience of living in the green was proposed, where nature seeks to have a leading role in the interior life of the house, generating internal landscapes that are coupled with the exterior landscape, seeking that the gaze flows outwards making it part of its interior.
Based on this premise, a slab with a green roof with metal columns supported on a continuous interior-exterior floor was proposed, allowing the ground floor to be entirely released. In the center, a green patio organizes the public spaces around it, which together with wooden and glass planes define the character of each place. The upper floor is made up of private spaces that, like a series of independent boxes, rest on the green slab forming small green spaces that are linked with the circulations around the patio and with the boxes as natural expansions.