The house is situated in an agricultural area, on the top of a hill, facing south. It enjoys a privileged relationship with the landscape, appreciating extensive panoramic views. The house is divided into different functions, with the particularity that the circulation areas are treated as indoor gardens, trying to establish a unique relationship with the exterior, without losing the comfort required for the interior. The construction results in a series of volumes connected by a combination of indoor and outdoor gardens, which separate the different uses. The whole set is covered by a portico with vegetation supported by a thin metal frame, which allows shading and ensures privacy to the most exposed areas. The house varies according to the seasons, acting as a changing body, allowing different interpretations.