Indeed, Casa Ojalá is reminiscent of Leonardo da Vinci’s ingenuities, both in its general appearance and in its “engineering that seems like fiction, so advanced that it becomes the poetry of flexibility“. The manual operating mechanisms integrated into it allow for flexible use of its 27 m2. The mechanisms, simple to use and practical, are made up of ropes and pulleys, natural leather handles, cranks, wheels and guides, by means of which interior and exterior sliding walls, folding furniture and retractable beds hidden under the mahogany floor are operated. Their action makes it possible to transform the spaces into private or open-plan spaces according to the wishes of the guests. The layout combinations are manifold, from a single space completely open to the surroundings, to a maximum of two bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchenette and a living room, in addition to the crowning upper-circular terrace.