This impressive house demonstrates that sustainability and natural building materials can be used at any scale. It is built with stone perimeter walls, internal structural framing of imposing bamboo columns and beams that support a bamboo and concrete second floor. All the walls in the second storey are made of bamboo, stuccoed on the outside and varnished on the inside. Floors are a combination of porcelain, ceramic and HDF. Ample large windows all over the house provide plentiful natural lighting and ventilation. Complementing these beautiful spaces are bamboo furniture and lamps. Like all CASSA homes, it has the integration of all services with sustainability elements; collection of rainwater, cistern for its storage, pump for its redistribution within the house, solar panels that generate clean and free electricity, LED lighting, separation of gray and black water, family garden fed by gray water and a desiccation treatment for sewage.