So far, there were a few visits made as well as preliminary interviews. In these, there have been cases that reflect such social and cultural dynamics: such as when a child gets married, one “sticks on” another layer of slabs (i.e.: another floor is built on top of the existing one) and the bride and groom go and live on the top floor of his or her parents’ home. During construction, relatives, neighbours and friends will help: and when finished, they will hold a barbecue on the slabs of the terrace, to celebrate. This lifestyle is reflected in the building style: the house in this area is in permanent construction phase, as are the lives of the people who live there, in constant change. The challenge is precisely in thinking-up solutions to local problems, taking hold of the existing culture and manner in which things are done, and enhancing these.