Design intentions A 110m square vacations villa close to Playa Junquilal, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The house is located on a decent slope which gives the oportunity to access by the first floor, in a light weighted wood box that contains the living areas and a small bedroom. This volume lays over concrete walls that defines the owner`s night area. It overhangs over the small pool to protect it from midday sun. The pool`s position also helps to cool down air temperature and refresh the two bedrooms during the afternoon, when the sun is the strongest. The roof is made of standard sheet of corrugated zinc on steel structure which reduce time, economic and energy costs. It extends itself over the 20 m square terrace by textile canvas, diffusing the light into the spaces while protecting from heat or rain.