The thesis contains a design proposal based on an imaginary context, situated in the aftermath of a burnt landscape. In this unstable and transforming landscape, a set of architectural structures is placed to keep the nature in control; an eternal manifestation demonstrating moments of collapse. Through an illustrated series of spaces, the proposal seeks to discuss the contrast between being in nature and being an observer of nature. The nature is represented as odd, ever changing objects, while stable architectural elements become something familiar to hold onto. Between the two, just the tension.