In Vigano San Martino, in the vicinity of Bergamo, where the Tonale and Mendola roads cross the Val Cavallina, you can stop and listen to the explosion of the sounds of nature, delicate and harmonious, and those of man, of his work and daily gestures that also improve living comfort. The result of an accurate design idea was, for example, the work of architect Laura Beretta, who renovated and extended, thanks to the remaining space, two small, narrow and tall villas in this part of the province of Bergamo, joining the two volumes with a body on the ground floor, fitted with large windows. The house is now completely immersed in the enchanting landscape of the Val Cavallina, even if it steps outside its physical boundaries, to confront nature outright, which becomes a furnishing element with ever-changing scenarios. Natural backdrop and environment, in fact, are at the heart of the design, the focus of all attention, the reference for all compositional choices in this project. The new structure stands on a hillside and it is precisely when the sun goes down, at sunset, that the relationship with the landscape reaches its visual apex, making it the undisputed star of the valley. Tradition and modernity come together to tangibly mark a new landscape skyline and restore the awareness that architecture can still play a fundamental role in the difficult relationship of bringing man and nature closer together, bringing them face to face and making them interact. The studio then designed the architecture as regards compositional layout and distribution of living spaces, down to the details and the choice of different finishing materials used.