The JLV house located in Cahuil, near Pichilemu, is based on capturing its natural environment. With a clear ocean view, the house seeks to make the most of the view and natural light. The most important consideration was the wind, so the house is buried in the slope, which also allows it to be hidden from the street.
Two bedroom wings were devised for the program, leaving the master bedroom on the second floor and the guest bedrooms on the other. The common rooms are located in the center, which also connect to a terrace that connects the entire west facade.