The dwelling consists of an open-space on the first floor, freely combining the living, dining and kitchen areas, which benefit from the natural light coming from both opposite facades. On this floor, the technical and storage areas are hidden in a compact module, which also allows the hierarchization and characterization of space. The main bedroom is on the upper floor, where the bathroom is convertible, and can be private to the bedroom or shared with the house, by sliding doors/walls. On this floor there is also a bedroom/office, storage and a small leisure area using the interior surplus of the tilted roof. The two new fractions allow access to the garden at the back, where a long and narrow swimming pool was designed, taking advantage of the longitudinal dynamics of the garden.

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