Spanish architects José Selgas and Lucia Cano Selgascano have designed their own studio in the middle of the woods around Madrid . The aim with this study is very simple : to work under the trees. For this we need a cover as transparent as possible . Also , at the same time, we need to isolate the area from direct sun in the table. Then the transparent to the north. “We cover a curved sheet of Plexiglas 20mm colorless. To the south, where the tables, a double sheet of fiberglass and polyester in its natural color , in the midst of which houses a translucent insulation . ” The three form a sandwich of 110 mm total thickness . case, we clean the transparent view to the outside. In the second a good translucency dirtied by the metal structure is cantilevered inside the sandwich, on which project slightly in the shadows of the trees. To allow horizontal view of the plot. It was all buried in concrete formwork plank of wood, board work is also placed on pavement , or screwed, painted in two colors with two component paint with an epoxy base .