There are various ways to approach the Chilean territory and its landscape. According to poet Nicanor Parra, in Chile, We think we are a country and the truth is we are barely a landscape. According to Sato, in the language of the Aymara, Chilli means where land ends, which for one of the most advanced cultures of pre-Columbian America explained the origin of Chile. That piece of territory was the land’s end, a finisterrae. Pérez Oyarzún states that, in accordance with the peripheral nature of the country and its size, the variety of its landscapes and climates has generated a new architectural narrative that tends to interpret the existing landscape and territory as a fundamental part of architectural design, taking utmost care in the way buildings are constructed.