The house is located in one of the neighborhoods that had been part of the lands making up the greenbelt of the Argentinian city of Córdoba. The objective was to maintain the trees existing on the site, for the solar protection that clusters of trees give. To avoid damaging their roots, the structure sits on posts with a diameter of 20 centimeters and the brace beams are placed on the surface, forming a concrete base. Adapted to the plant-free openings, the communal zones are fragmented in three volumes. Facing north, the rectangular block containing the bedrooms presents a concrete eave, which allows plenty of sunlight to stream in during the winter, and none in summer. A central patio serves to connect the various spaces while inducing ventilation and natural lighting. An 18-centimeter-thick brick wall with glass wool inside it provides the desired thermal transmittance coefficient.