The project is inserted into a rural community consisting of a number of houses groups around a small common area, totally lacking in public infrastructure. The new element defines a public space that both integrates residents and gathers in elements from the rural periphery. The elevated platform, made of wood recycled from pallets collected in the area, serves as a support for neighborhood activities. A clay oven is incorporated as a catalyst for social interaction. Finally, the roof, made of three layers of tensioned Raschell mesh, provides shade and lends a sense of density to the place.