The project resulted from the decision of four families (a total of fourteen people) to together build themselves a vacation home facing the bay of Navidad. A work of Iván Bravo in collaboration with Martín Rojas and Gino León, the house addresses the preferences of the different owners in a single volume. Clad in wood, it rises with a vertical volume that determines the arrangement of rooms, combining very small spaces with larger ones. Freeing the volume from the ground made it possible to rearrange the typical beach-house layout, giving rise to new programmatic relationships along the vertical axis. This is achieved by a bay reduced – contrasting with a prominent height – by the scale and the positions of openings on the facade. The families have private spaces of similar size, distributed on the different levels.