A housing estate in Buenos Aires with “green perimeters” and multiple levels of vegetation plays with boundaries between the exterior and the interior. Its specially designed façades and buffer zones ensure proper separation between public and private spaces, as well as filter and reduce street noise, protect interiors from excessive sunlight, keep temperature levels comfortable, and improve air quality. Large and deep balconies filled with carefully selected low-maintenance plants reduce the need for air conditioners and have a beneficial impact on the mental wellbeing of the residents. The house is constructed using cement, plaster, and concrete plates in soothing colors. The ceilings of balconies are clad in natural wood, which softens the appearance of the building and contributes to the pleasant atmosphere of the estate.