This sanctuary was built in the middle of 3 majestic volcanoes in the valley of Alotenango. Its octogonal design that incorporates elements of sacred geometry and astronomy envelopes the “Maloka” in the best possible way into its surroundings. The entire construction was built from natural materials, which allows the inside and outside to feel like 1 single element. The triangular windows and inclined walls evoke ancient traditions, fulfill their purpose of breaking with monotony, as well as opening up the space more towards the outside, allowing an almost 360” of the horizon. The “Maloka” is composed of an meditation and healing, a bedroom that also functions as a private therapy room, and a battery of bathrooms. Its wide and beautiful front doors warmly greet all visitors, including the Summer Solstice Sun, which is aligned with the shining beacon above the main door. 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.