Casa BE is a project that materialized after a very clear program: the kitchen should have a leading role; the room would enjoy independence, far from what happened in the area of fire and food; always social. This premise dictated the form: a body 'L' shape, with the kitchen in the north, the room in the west and, among them, a garden that steals the attention of those who just enters hall, located at the angle where both sides intersect, topped with a window of three by three meters. The garden is opposed to the closed and blunt façade, with a basement and gray fence, which closes completely to the west and access to the property. Towards the second floor, we find the intimate space; towards the basement and the garage, following the same stairs. The kitchen communicates with the garden, which protects an almost imperceptible pool, and the fire pit. In contrast to the lobby, the fire pit offers a full view of the building: horizontality, its condition as a house open to the garden - among them, there are only windows that are almost completely folded down; the materials that define its appearance - walnut cladding, stones, the grayscale - and a catchy detail, the shutters that protect the outer corridor of the second floor, made of tropical wood (cumarú), bring to mind dwellings of the humid jungle where one can spend time just waiting for rain or sunrise. On the second floor, the hall connects three bedrooms from the outside without altering the privacy of the users and maintains the interaction with the garden. Another interior corridor pays for the function, but provides an experience totally different: an art gallery, a neat area that ends with a window facing the east where a myrtle tree appears.