The refurbishment of this house was conceived as a reencounter with the original space. All non-bearing walls, ceilings and existing pavements were removed to only display the old stone-masonry walls and wooden beams. Once the space was emptied and the roof repaired, the “box” that encapsulated the space was unveiled. Furthermore, defining a central access allows a dual organization of the program. Night zone: private and closed Day zone: as open as possible, allowing the areas to interact through spatial dynamics. On the first floor, due to the generous height of the ceilings, a more lofty, multiple-use approach is achieved.