Safe Haven was created as an extension of nature dealing with natural slopes as an obstacle. For children of single parents, a community was created for the common good. It is based on the proverb “It takes a village to raise a child,” which states that, to experience and prosper in a safe and healthy environment, an entire community must be mobilized. Designing a home for single parents means focusing on the fluidity of movement and visibility. Different aspects like proximity, sensory reach, mobility, light, color, and acoustics all come into play. The final combination was a concretization on a slope of the materiality of light and line of sight, through constructed layering explored previously. Lighting and the line of sight play a part in the layout of the space and the arrangement of furniture in order to maintain an effective and open communication while highlighting the notion of threshold.