Nestled among the trees with a view of a Santa Fe ravine, the architectural concept of this apartment building was designed around the shape of the ground that it sits on. The location generates a setting with two elements. The first consists of a block inserted into the topography through a system of terraces that support the nine residences. The second is a triangular prism that forms a large inclined wall that functions as a large vertical distributor for the complex and prioritizes access through a courtyard, which has a reflecting pool as a visual crowning touch. This triangular body comprises three vestibules with staircases, a main elevator and a service elevator. The apartments are accessed by bridges that link the inclined wall and the terraced block, creating patios that can ventilate and illuminate all of the service areas through the use of materials that provide a sensation both of luminosity and an ample spaciousness.