In a small plot, the balance between views of the church and privacy should be combined; as well as good sunshine and a sense of privacy.


The house is developed under these premises in an “L” type plant, protecting itself from the north wind and opening to the south. Protected by this volume, a pergola becomes a porch to accompany the exit to the outside of the house. This fragile wooden element becomes an intermediate space between the interior and the exterior.

The living room, dining room and attic coexist spatially under a single roof. Once up, a smooth transition takes us to the terrace where the perimeter bench facilitates a gathering under the stars.