This tower is a private investment tower in Guatemala City’s zone 10, at a strategic point where the corporate area ends and a more residential one begins. It consists of 5 parking floors, one commercial floor at ground level, two stories of offices, 1 gallery, and 12 levels of apartments that range between 150 and 300 sqm. The ground floor has been thought as different height elements that are separated from one another, as to generating open-air pathways. Brick composes the floor, and climbs up to the walls in the closed areas of each establishment, enclosed with glass panels and black metallic frames. The gallery is a wooden-covered volume that hangs from a visible steel structure. The wood strips open in order to allow filtered natural sunlight. The office section is geometrically simple and inspired on Mies van der Rohe, with steel and glass planes at its simplest purity. The south-east side has a loggia with Steel ribs that mark the rhythm of the facade. It is not until the housing section of the tower that the vegetation becomes a protagonist, along with the concrete structure. Vaulted slabs connect the concrete ribs. In the corners, terraces help giving some movement to the facade, where the vegetation becomes higher and denser.