Located in the Bayshore neighborhood in Miami Beach, Florida, this property boasts an unbeatable location between a golf club and an extensive protected natural area. Both of these adjoining features served as influences on the architectural concept of the house. The expanse of the protected natural area was brought inside the house in the form of a central courtyard, which functions to distribute the architectural program. In order to provide greater privacy to the house, a blind wall was built along the neighbor’s side, which became a gallery contained within a structural volume that functions as a vertical distributor for the various flows and spaces, as well as the main access. The program for the interior is designed on the basis of these two elements: the gallery and the central courtyard. A horizontal volume on the upper floor serves to contain the private functions, while the public areas are restricted to the ground floor. This latter is an open-plan design with large spaces and high ceilings, including picture windows showcasing the visual connection between the central courtyard and the protected natural area. The pool on the roof terrace wraps around the central courtyard together with a roof garden offering maximum enjoyment of the views and the sun. The large, solid volumes of concrete on the east and south facades form a contrast with the transparency and openness of the west and north facades. The choice of materials is dominated by pureness using mainly concrete, wood, and glass, which follow the form and function of the house, becoming part of the interior design, architecture, and structure of the project.