The modest smooth concrete exterior is punctuated by a simple recessed window on each facade that frames a specific view to each of the surrounding landscapes, such as the vineyard, city or the field of crops. The specific size of each glazing component is directly related to the importance of the panorama and the amount of light desired, while their embedded characteristics naturally block out direct sunlight. The resulting deep sills create an opportunity for extra internal storage. Wood elements add warmth and contrast to the interior and in moments exposes itself to the outside, creating a dialogue with the outer structure. Public spaces are kept to the ground floor and roof terrace, while bedrooms are located on the first level. The simple rectangular form and size of the windows plays with human scale, making it look almost as a large one-bedroom cube. An efficient pellet boiler, along with thermal mass, deep windows and natural ventilation make the residence a sustainable dwelling.