In a dwelling of controlled dimensions, it was necessary to design an access that would not block visual permeability. So on the entrance floor there is always a transparency between spaces. At the entrance there is a direct relationship with the living room and garden; in the kitchen with the living room; and in the garden with the living room and office.
The intention of visual permeability is clear, in an attempt to counteract the small size of the space.
The interspatial relationship was present throughout the project, and was a determining factor in the final design of the house.