The aim of this dissertation is to install accommodation constructions in order to help ‘rediscover’ the landscape through the means of human constructions or local positions that have decayed or whose uses have been disregarded. The above locations are appointed to as ‘territorial trash’.
By structuring cinder blocks and pallets we attempt to design a constructive system that is going to form territorial models thus it will result in becoming an archetype for the production of an outgrowth.
The materials were chosen on the pretext of their almost ‘invisible’ texture since as a rule, they are considered to be the most popular building materials in outdoor constructions to which there is no intention of improvements (agricultural warehouses, folds, fences etc).
The constructional method mentioned above, is going to be referred to under the name of “ICO” following the example of the historical hotels under the commercial name of “XENIA” that constituted the first Greek paradigm of buildings that were ‘stalkers of views’ which indissolubly combined their name along with their image and usage.