This project considers the architectural elements inside the Ca' Pozzi Park as part of the ground plane, while the buildings set among the trees are imagined as existing rocks rising from this surface. A suggestion triggered by a stone collected on the site initiated a synaptic process that models a "steel" splinter of siliceous rock into a complex building, capable of responding to the Client’s needs and those of the territory of Ca’ Pozzi. The volumes of the buildings conform and deform in the search for views, light and spaces between the trees. The orientation of the building connotes its “genetics”: -the buildings are set along the east-west “heliothermic” axis and feature two separate entrances - a vehicular entrance to the north and a pedestrian entrance to the south; -the interiors are oriented to place primary spaces along the south side and service areas on the north side; -the differentiated exploitation of natural light; -the possibility to scale proposed solutions through a progressive increase along the east-west axis in correspondence with the tenets bio-architecture: orientation, natural ventilation, placement of beds (on the north). Space: the idea is to define a fluid space, a "tissue" with a series of elements at different scales organised like a wearable fabric.