The Argentinian firm headed by Joaquin Alarcia and Federico Ferrer built this pink-pigmented concrete house mirroring the mineral tones of the surrounding Sierras Chicas. Adapted to the mountain slope, the linear, 380-square-meter construction presents different heights in two volumes that optimize orientations, views, and internal layouts. The larger one, which cantilevers toward the horizon, contains the shared areas and the master bedroom. The lower one, more introverted, accommodates guests and has a swimming pool on top. Inside, a sequence of skylights marks the circulation routes and creates different atmospheres.