Foz House is a historical residence on which documents dated from the 17th century are known. The challenge was to adapt the existing building to the daily life of a new family, with the least possible impact on the former house. The subject of the most extensive intervention was the main building, which presented a very poor state of conservation. The back of the volume was demolished, and the second floor was transformed into a copper-coated volume that reinterprets the dignity of the original building. Fully rehabilitated, the house respects and magnifies its cultural and historical past.