The reconstruction process in a zone affected for a natural disaster, must be an opportunity to
check the past decisions and to improve our future actions. Understand the question, it is the first step to get the best answer. This proposal deletes the boundaries between street/parcel/house, the same way that the water does in a flooded area. To delete the limit, we need to be there. At limit between housing area and river, the limit of flood area, and the limit of two cities, Bridgeport and Fairfield. Now, all these limits only disappear under the water when the river increases its caudal. A changing environment, as families or their necessities, cannot have an answer in a standard house. Each case needs to be analyzed particularly, for this reason this proposal shows one of the infinity possibilities that exists. This proposal is raised like a system to sort the implantation of houses in a flood area. The condition here, it is can live there EVERY DAY. The project is located around the river that separates the cities of Bridgeport and Fairfield. When the river increases its caudal, the houses located in the riverbank, are isolated by the water. Our aim is to control the flood zone through a slight modification of the topography. The highest point of the slope determines the position of the ground floor of the houses and allows good views from the street, across the river. It is established a new housing typology open to own garden. With this solution we can take advantage of the 100% of the parcel area and avoid residual spaces between houses. The housing program is distributed in three volumes. A first volume is in longitudinal direction and includes the services and the distributions. The other two volumes are in transversal direction and they include the program of day and night. The arrangement of the volumes in different levels allows the view across the river and street in all spaces. Also, it allows the cross ventilation and natural lighting that it favors ecoefficiency of the home. This proposal raises by modifying the topography, generate a new continuous ground floor, with visual and passable communication, between the street and the river, reduces flood areas and allows the normal and safe use of the housing.