This subject attempts to approach the strong dialectical relationship between the natural landscape and the built area. The terrain, the climate and human intervention are the three components that constitute the landscape. Any building activity in it is an intervention and at the same time a way to access it. Man inextricably intervenes in nature, in order to create better living conditions. In this dissertation we will explore how architecture that is timeless and unaffiliated with time, can be created in the landscape that contains it. The area of the settlement of Vikos above the homonymous gorge, is chosen as a model for the implementation of the idea. Surrounded by the mountains of Tymfi, Vikos is one of the four settlements located in the Vikos-Aoos National Park, a fact that makes it rich both in terms of flora and fauna. The place is directly connected with the myth that wants the herbs that "go down" the ravine to have healing - almost magical properties for the cure of various diseases, a fact that is also reinforced by the actions of the Vikophysicians (practical healers) during the last century. All of the above in combination with the stagnation that has occurred in the settlement in the last decades goads a series of interventions and configurations. More specifically, the creation of an Agricultural Center that deals with the cultivation and processing of the local herbs, as well as a series of solutions concerning the key points of the settlement such as its entrance, the gorge sighting point and the old primary school in the central square are proposed. The above design proposals are accompanied by a series of diagrams in the context of a macroscopic study of the area, the materials, the plantation and other factors that comprise the proposal.