The lot on which it stands is small and is sort of 'crushed' south by the building next door.
The residence, wrapped in a “shell” of vegetation, looks like an austere prism, structurally supported by central pillars that make the house seem to hover above the liberated ground.
Three metal columns support a network of stainless steel cables on which the plants climb and which generate a volume as important as the house itself.
When the plants have grown, the 'green screen' will be crossed only by the central black column of the concrete shelter. The basalt surface on which it rests reflects the light inside. The exposed concrete has been given a dark shade where there is a need for greater depth.