The new house overlooks the large panorama of the Alps mountains from the edge of a hill. It replaces an earlier house of the 60’s, covered with a dark wooden coating; at the behest of the commissioners, this has remained as a sign of respectful memory for the prevoius family generation. The house is organized along to two different geometric orientations: the first follows the topography fitting into the hill, and the other is orthogonal, projecting forward as a platform to better frame the natural landscape. Two volumes and two materials separated by a slight shadow; two different orientations in order to enrich the visual perception of the landscapes, both the near and the far one. The upper body is home to the intimate family life, the lower to the living room and the guest spaces. The garden is a place open yet intimate, nestled in the hillside for more comfort, a space at many levels to play and rest. The living room is projected forward to capture closed visions from the countryside. The upper terrace is instead a completely exposed platform in open air, unprotected and free: from there, the view opens towards the horizont, the mountains ridges, overlooking the surrounding forest and the tall bell tower of the nearby small Catholich church.