The project consists of two holiday houses for a three-generation family, located at Punta Pite (“place of wind” in aboriginals’ language), two hours north from Santiago, just in front of the Pacific Ocean. Designed by  Izquierdo Lehmann ,  the 2 buildings are located in the interstices between rocks and vegetation, the parents’ house at the west end of the plot, the sons’ at the east. Their interiors and exteriors are linked by a system of routes riding from roofs to floors, while communicating with the closer landscape. Rooms follow one another in their openness and external exposure, opening gradually to the north view and closing to the neighbors  and the wind.