Sited on a bank overlooking Chile's Rapel Lake, the Slope House is inspired by its slanted plot. The dwelling is made form a series of stacked, rectilinear volumes. Staggered in placement for minimal disruption to the land, the exterior follows the property's gradient and descends down to the edge of the water. Pine cladding and steel framing complement the wooded hillside, blending it into the landscape. The interior follows the same palette of timber and steel for a warm minimalist atmosphere. Living spaces are spread throughout three levels. Each floor is capped by expansive glazing and an outdoor terrace, affording sweeping views of the lakeside scenery.