This house invokes communal connections generated through nature in a series of building blocks. This is encouraged by private balconies that are situated around a central courtyard and rooftop gardens. The interior contains enlarged kitchen, dining, and entertainment spaces as well as shared workspaces in order to encourage interactions between members of a cooperative housing unit. Split levels and fauna allow for privacy in an otherwise open, transparent space. Through its stacked design, this house acts as a stimulus for the interaction of people and plants.