The house is located in Porto Palo (Menfi), a small sea village on the south-west coast of Sicily, where the houses are apparently placed randomly, but they actually suggest some kind of "consolidated order" on the whole. The building results from filling an empty spot left by a collapsed house. The new building faithfully follows the shape of the original one, but it has a completely new structure, stemming from the overlapping and rotation of different shapes. The structure, elevating on three levels, gradually looses its consistency, with wide holes overlooking the internal patio and the African sea outside. Through the rotations characterizing the different levels and the progressive dematerialization of the volumes, the building is intended to re-shape a corner of the village, still becoming an integral part of it.