“Less is more”. Mies’ phrase can summarize the line of thought that gave origin to this house. The minimalist premise was the main intention present at all time in the design. The honesty of naked materials, with no coatings, the purity of geometry, the lack of ornamentation, the bare minimum elements, provide the house with its own identity. To the front, its presents itself as a large volume, almost blind, to which a crystal box is attached, and is divided by a large opening that indicates that marks the access. To the rear faÇade, the house is opened up so as to make the most of the river view. The ground floor has coordinated rooms, without walls, except for a small utility area. The top floor has private uses and, if we continue going upstairs, we arrive at an accessible terrace which functions as expansion as well as a viewpoint. The inner rooms have works of art, organic furniture and wood elements which convey the warmth that is essential for the users’ comfort.