The Slope House, hidden by trees near a lake two hours from Santiago de Chile, is a stunning timber-clad home that peeps out of the greenery. The Slope House designed by the Hsu Rudolphy Architecture studio comprises a crude steel and concrete structure that operates in the field little before being enveloped. The property has numerous terraces and access to the water. It contains three levels, with the top floor housing the main entryway and common areas of the living room, kitchen, dining room, patio, and services. The middle floor contains three bedrooms and bathrooms, while the lowest level includes a versatile living area with a second terrace that leads to the nearby lake.