Clinicaurbana is appointed to design a detached house in Treviso. The lot sits within a densely built-up area that raises issues of overlooking and privacy. The design strategy envisages to divide the site into three sectors, three strips that enclose different activities, public and private landscapes. The playground is a hard platform that opens towards the neighbourhood and the street; it serves as pedestrian and vehicle access as well as play area. The forest is a garden where the dense vegetation obstructs the view of the surroundings, a place in which to retreat. Between these two sectors, a third strip constitutes the dwelling: the concrete wall constructs a sequence of interior spaces and courtyards, rooms opening onto the outside and rooms open towards the sky. Each domestic room and each sector perceives different horizons as defined by the wall. Upon it stands the aluminium volume, the reduction of its openings marking the sleeping areas.