Architecture emerged from the earth. From its extraction and cultivation, and the effort to move its parts. And from the fascination of stacking them, putting them together and finally, celebrating, discovering and inhabiting the space. The efficiency of the location was sought, the accessibility to matter, limiting the effort. And modules that could be easily assembled were searched; tools were designed to work the land, the stones, the fibers and metals, which are also stones. When these instruments became sophisticated, the places where they could build multiplied, transporting materials and tools, developing technologies and crafts; with the architect, ordering this conglomerate… Today they maintain the same mission, but the world and science have changed, and also how we understand the scale of society and how we distribute the resources we consume.