The typological layout of the house, an “L” shape, was not easy to solve or a simple decision to take since it was intended to protect the house from the relationship with the public street and neighboring plots, and the distribution of the program would have to take advantage of the north view and solar orientation. The lower body, oriented to the South and West, comprises the social areas in an open space, privileging the central position of the living room and its relationship with the outside through large glazing windows.
Formally, this is a house that stands out as a solid and compact white block, which lands on the ground and is surgically perforated with large negatives. These negatives not only provide light for the interior but also create exterior living areas with proper solar protection. The patio area plays a central role in the dynamics of the house, being a meeting point, where the main outdoor leisure area is located. By extending the house to the side limits of the plot, we achieve a more intimate experience, privileging the use of the interior of the plot to the detriment of the bordering areas leaning against the neighboring plots. The main entrance is marked by the presence of a negative in the volume, covered with wood, creating the necessary protection for those who enter the house.