This house is located in the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve, in southern Chile. One of the first conditions of the project was that of integrating the native forest into the architecture, generating a link between the outdoor vegetation and the interior spaces, but not forgetting the extreme climatic situation of the area. These reasons led to the watertightness of the south façade and the transparency of the northern one, which receives the sunlight and has the best views. The volumetry is composed of two longitudinal bodies joined by a panoramic stepped bridge, both raised on palafitos to adapt to the slope of the natural terrain. One of them is reserved for the privacy of the bedrooms, while the other shelters the common enclosures such as the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, all distributed in a large common space that revolves around an ornamental stove. The space thus generated favors introspection, warmth and family life within the forest.