The Dutch client wanted his house to be in close contact with the water channel that runs alongside his plot and connects it to the Mar Menor. There is a 3 meter cantilevered covered terrace that mediates between inside and outside, and shades the large sliding glass doors in the living room and kitchen. The house has a double height entrance hall with operable windows at the top to allow for climate control through the chimney effect. The sliding doors work as valves in this case, to be able to regulate the breeze. Even in hot summers, air conditioning is very rarely needed. Family life takes place on the main terrace, and this is the area that we want to highlight in the photographs. The line of the cantilever coincides with the edge of the floor, echoing Mies at the Barcelona Pavilion. The fence of the plot that overlooks the canal has large sliding doors that allow an almost total opening and direct visual connection between the pool and the canal. The client's wish was fulfilled in an elegant and clean way.