The house is located on a suburban lot with an artificial lake to the south and was conceived to be a great lookout point. Orientation problems are compensated by walls and double-glazing, crossed vents in all environments, and eaves and large openings toward the front of the lot to catch the north light.
All the social spaces on the ground floor were consolidated for flexibility and to adapt to different scales of occupation. On the top floor, a single suite and a double-height workspace configure the intimate space for a couple without children. The spatial and material continuity achieves a wide and expansive environment with few actual square feet.
Transparency, visual links, and chromatic repetition define the building.