We seek that each space within the house has its own way of framing the landscape and perceiving it and at the same time atomizing its interior spaces. On the ground floor, all the spaces are organized in such a way as to achieve this coexistence with the surrounding landscape. On the contrary, on the upper floor, the strong relationship with the landscape is in its circulation spaces that reinforce the idea of the atomized spaces of the bedrooms as independent elements from each other. The house is defined on the ground floor as a unique set where a succession of watertight spaces are connected to each other; and the upper floor defines the atomization as independent volumes that are the private spaces that rest on the piece that brings together the spaces of the low level. This piece is open at its corners where the semi-covered spaces that relate the house to its surroundings were defined.