The property is located in an area with a steep slope. It is designed for a family, for weekends and beach holidays. Located in a neighbourhood where the surrounding buildings aim for maximum height to ensure the best views, blocking views of the horizon to pedestrians, the BLNDR project proposes a house on four levels, with alternating enclosed volumes and open levels for recreation. The entrance to the house is through an open-air intermediate level, opening up views of the skyline. It is also the most social level of the house, ideal for parties, events or entertaining friends without their entering the house. The project aims to explore the relationship between public and private, intimacy and externality, addressing the relation between public space, the street, views and privacy, as well as making its mark on a section of the skyline, but at the same time without monopolising or obscuring the view of the sea and the distant horizon. Decisions regarding the layout of the house were based on the consideration of these aspects.