This house is situated in the beautiful forests of Sumpango and is built on top of elevated columns in order to minimize impact on the soil, as well as to take advantage of the terrain’s natural topography for a future storage basement. Its curved facade that evokes the natural context which surrounds it, is the social area of the house – for living, dining and cooking. The construction is made entirely from bamboo and its bamboo-board covering is stuccoed on the outside and varnished on the inside, revealing both its beauty and functionality. The rest of the house boasts 2 comfortably-sized bedroom, 1 full bathroom and a covered service area. Like every CASSA home, it integrates all elements of sustainability: rainwater capture, water cistern for storage, pump for redistribution inside the house, solar panels that produce clean and free electricity, LED lighting, gray water separation and reutilization in a family garden, and an underground black water treatment system.