Between technology and nature, this design for living overlooking the sea uses 3D printing language to reinterpret the relationship with the landscape. The house is printed by mixing the building cement with the indigenous rocks so as to be perfectly integrated into the environment at an ecological, chromatic and morphological level and taking on the slender shape of a backbone. The roofs of the small outbuildings that develop around a central nucleus are attached but not aligned and are covered by the natural local vegetation that conceals them from view.