The work investigates the potentials of achieving quality of being through what is really indispensable. The interior arrange two beds, a desk, a wardrobe, a bathroom and a small kitchen within a surface of 160 sq ft. The “Cabanon”appears as a finite and autonomus space, made by a concrete structure which bears a wooden pitched roof. On the exteriorthe walls are covered in the typycal Ligurian dry-stone technique. At the two extremities of the roof two linear glazings frame the landscape: the wood vegetation on the hillside and the opening on the gulf on the seaside. These two cuts allow the light and the sight to cross the small volume projecting onto the natural power of the landscape in which it is inserted.