To organize the house in large gaps and create environments with maximum openings for the recreation area, prestressed concrete and tubular steel structures were used. In the façade, highlights for the apparent concrete gable that forms a diagonal volume. The composition was balanced with the volume of the upper floor that acts as a displaced hanging box.
The materials explored seek harmony and contrast, based on the tripod formed by wood, apparent concrete and dark gray coatings. The black opening frames work together with the gray to form this contrast. The large glass openings reinforce the intention of integration between interior and exterior, enhancing the leisure areas and the landscape.