Searching for distant sights, the house proposes a main box of two levels oriented to the south east, where the key spaces of the house will live together with the far and near environment.
It is an open and exposed box in one of its faces, allowing a direct relationship with the exterior. It is mostly closed in its rear façade to protect the privacy of the domestic space.
Another entity of one level is born from the mountain. Its intersection with the main box generates two yards, an entrance and a transition between public and domestic spaces. The first yard is set up for vehicular access. The second yard guides the visitor to the entrance door or towards the recording and working studio.
UA third inner-outer yard is the element that welcomes into the house entrance and splits social and private areas. The one level block extends into the pool, built as an extended balcony over topography, offering a unique experience with surroundings and visuals.
Basements of stone and glass in the lower levels are the support of a third material, a gray mass that is born in the mountain and configures the access and the upper level.