This dwelling is purposefully conceived for its future users, a young family wishing to re-activate and render public a piece of dilapidated woodland. Though the landscape is protected, its current biodiversity is seriously underachieving. Due to red tape procedures (evoling contradicting policies) a new project was simply not possible. However, together with the municipality and the forestry service a new set of evaluation criteria was set up, henceforth making a small “stealth-like” project possible. An unadapted yet inhabitable wooden structure cogently unlocks a gentle future.