This is the graduation project of a U.A.U.I.M. student consisting of a 1:100 scale model of an archaeological research centre. The entire complex is made up of simple intersecting rectangular bodies featuring discreet light slits. We used warm colours that, although do not stand out, create a certain contrast that highlights the building. The entourage elements, terraces and other decorative elements are made of balsa wood, and we used unpainted loofah for trees, PVC for the external walls, and tinted Plexiglas for the windows. It took 7 days to complete.