Established on the north slope of the Valley of Bagnes in the charming village of Le Sappey, this house hosts a family on three floors and an independent studio on the ground floor. The project was highly influenced by the important slope and the particular orientation of the plot as the sunlight comes from the back of the construction. The level difference was used to implant a parking on the lower floor and a protected terrace on the mid floor directly connected with the dining room. The distribution spaces offer nice dual-aspect relations and bring a maximized amount of sunlight. The living room takes place in the north-west angle of the house and frames a stunning view of the valley. Generous bay windows allow to completely open this space offering an inside-outside continuity. On the top floor, the rooms are placed according to the views and frame different points of interest in the surroundings.