This three-bedroom house has been designed as if it were a semi-open space under a tree instead of a typical enclosed four-walled building. The façade has been composed of pieces of bamboo, giving an interesting shadow effect into the house. Natural elements are crucial: cross ventilation, sunlight used for natural lighting, and rain, as on a large leafy tree where it can slip through the foliage, falling on the edges of the multifunctional space at the entrance to be collected by a drain. Inner gardens allow the rhythms of nature to inhabit the house, where unfinished and recycled materials are used as a means to significantly reduce energy consumption.
The front facade of the house was trying to imitate the tree branches and it was made of the timber dolken from the scaffolding (purchased from the thrift store). The walls were made of used glass, triplex from the project's warehouse, bamboo from the scaffolding and wire mesh for ventilation