The new building project is a charming accommodation facility set in the mountains of the Aosta Valley. The load-bearing construction is made of laminated wood, as is the skeleton of the building. RH-P rice straw was used for the insulation of the entire structure, both for the vertical walls, interior and exterior, and for the insulation of the counter ground and roof. Layers were developed for all surfaces to ensure proper breathability. In the application of plasters, the choice fell on their use: clay RH410 plasters, in the inner layer, and lime RH100 and RH200, for the external closure, which was laid directly on the thatch layer. A clear example of a 100% natural intervention that saw the creation of a highly performing, textural and welcoming-looking envelope, in harmony with the place and certainly of great impact for the guests.