To avoid the risk of reducing the water supplies in the city of Athens, a dam was constructed in the highland of Nafpaktos, collecting the waters of Evinos River in an artificial lake, called Evinolimni. Having visited the site and after the observation and study of the area, the natural wealth and the specificity of the land relief, the decision made was to avoid any permanent interventions that would negatively affect the scenery. Instead, the approach taken was that of placing only lightweight structures with zero effect on the ground. Alongside the specific location, there was a general interest in utilizing relevant areas of natural beauty. Therefore, the aim of this study, now, was to develop a concept of structures that could adapt to different landscapes. The main characteristics of these structures are their ability to adapt to various site conditions, as well as their easy construction, transportation and installation.