Loma House, Salta, Argentina
The house stands in a typical plot between medianeras, meaning blind walls from neighbours on both north and south sides, making possible to face the building west and est only. It is organized in plan by a structural grid forming 3 spaces, while the section divides two levels of very different heights. The first floor owns the main volume and expands horizontally to the front and rear trees whereas vertically looks up to the sky through the skylight. Services remain defined and concentrated at both levels, letting net spaces undefined. This simple system may result rigid and banal but deforms itself when life comes into play.