The small house is built on a hillside in Curacavi, on the outskirts of Santiago.
It is a unique space illuminated from above by a large skylight, that in the night becomes a lamp.
During the day this hierarchical element of the skylight, diffuses indirect natural light, while in the night spreads artificial light.
Moreover, as in the exhibitions of Carlo Scarpa, this skylight hat, is the frame not only of the light but the space of the painter.
The building on stilts built on concrete foundations and the structure was made of wood while the coating with panels of fiber cement and glass.
Scanning elements between opaque and transparent facades wants echoed the density of light and shadow of the surrounding forest.