The study is focused on the majesty and peculiarity of the landscape and how to strengthen them. A mandatory route is created on the cape of Tripiti, the southernmost point of Gavdos, leading to a "window" to the South and the
The main axis of the construction coincides with the north-south axis and creates a bright tear in the rock that offers the possibility of viewing to both of the two points of the horizon, and the descent to the sea in one of the
three Kamareles of the cape.
The biggest section of the construction is subterranean, both to avoid altering the contours and character of the site, partly to oblige the visitor in a particularly dark path which hides the total perception, but surprises by
revealing various interesting elements.
Along the way there is a presentation of various information about the island of Gavdos, and the rest extreme points of Europe, and other continents too.
The building at the end of the route is positioned at this point, not only because it follows the north-south axis, but also because there is an interactive relation and a conscious contrast with the huge existing wooden chair, which turns its back on the south and looks towards the beach of Tripiti and the mountain volumes of Gavdos.