Its about a Miesian house, of glass and Steel, accompanied by a wide “tapial” walls that play as counterparts without touching. It lightweight roofs frame the faraway landscape of trees and mountains. The construction lines of this house are made as seed rows generating different views, direction, and landscapes in each interior space. Because of this three intersecting “wagons” are formed: The first volume contains the social area, with view to the main garden; the second volume contains the master bedroom, with view to the “Japanese garden; the third volume contains the secondary bedrooms and the service area with view to the back garden. The diaphanous fence at the entrance, along with house louvers, play with a lightness that talk with the existing trees, intertwining them with the path and interior gardens. The sinous entrance path is an entrance that takes its time to go through the field becoming a it part of it: it crosses grooves some planted with flowers, goes to the side of the pool and finally arrives to the gallery or house terrace.