For Casa Casco La Loma, one of Jasper Architects’ earliest projects, a row of willow trees serves as an orientation axis on the site. This axis guides the placement of four buildings: the main house, the guest house, the service residence, and a water tower with attached services. The house is located in the vast landscape of one of the most fertile areas of the Argentinian Pampa, on a 1,250-square-meter plot. The design follows the traditional building methods of the area, in tune with extreme weather variations between seasons, with dry, hot summers and cold, rainy winters. Local materials and labor were used in the construction of the buildings, which reinterpret traditional architecture and ways of living in the pampa.