Lake’s Karla visitor identity belongs to a wide range of people who wish to experience it, such as: special scholars and landscape analysts, school departments with the aim of enhancing the environmental awareness of the pupils through interaction with nature, individual fishermen or groups wishing to fish, groups of farmers wishing to hold a conference, or amateur visitors for whom this landscape is a point of reference. Coming to the starting point and having left the vehicle, the visitor meets a reception and an information area. The wandering in the lake area continues through a path leading to a wooden deck which enters the lake. Here the spectators can watch the sunset, and observe, while they can also have a tour with boats and canoes. Crossing this central corridor creates a spatial network in the form of waves. This installation provides accommodation for 3-4 persons, it also has double rooms and single rooms. Shortly before the end of the main corridor and on either side of it there are the environmental information areas, an exhibition area and a restaurant overlooking the lake. The proposal is based on the philosophy of functional autonomy of the basic programming uses with absolute clarity but the simultaneous perception and respect of the urban and morphological topography of the piece. The piece is located in a low-built area, and the synthetic proposal opts for the construction of ground-level pieces placed pointwise in a form that follows the waves of the lake. Through the palm of the materials, colors and textures of the landscape of Lake Carla, an earthy and intensely experiential building is created, where the visitor can read directly through the materials and textures of the construction. The oxidized earth is taken up by lining of exterior walls with CORTEN steel alloy panels. The use of wooden exterior floor on the outside floors of the entrance and the outside of the refreshment point to the colors and textures of the flora of the area. The vegetation, to a large extent and to the roofs (planted), reminds the visitor of the natural landscape in which the building is included. The ultimate goal is to "get life again", Lake Carla, by informing and sensitizing society by providing an organized space of hospitality.