The intervention of this house from the 60s in one of the first closed neighborhoods of Buenos Aires province, is part of the continuous research on affectivity in architecture on which we have been working. The fragmentation of space justifies a functional and material approach capable of creating continuity in the spatial experience. The spaces are joined paying special attention to the nature of the materials, the views to the exterior and their resonance. The kitchen is open to the garden and embodies the places where meeting moments unfold or anchor. The living room, this small and uneven space becomes a place of coexistence between complementary and sensitive experiences. This society of micro-places and the diversity of spatial relationships define the condition of coexistence in these environments, between nature and space, presence and absence, play and juxtapositions, additions, transparencies, lights and nature.