Prior to the architectural project, one must position itself in a world marked by years, centuries, millennia of human efforts; a world that has been extracted, manufactured and consumed; reduced, reused and recycled. Understanding this anthropological strata is crucial for the architectural assignment. This project thrives to reposition human actions and transformation of the world in a reorganized natural paradigm, letting behind the dilapidated and polarized conception of human and non-human systems. A desire to start anew, build novel ideas, new conceptions, new relationships, new subjectivities. As such, the contemporary city necessitates an ongoing reorganization of our world to a point where the Map becomes the Territory, where the Faux becomes Fortune, where the Muddle becomes Grid and where the Field becomes the Monument.