Architecture exists as far as it is inhabitated. A building is not complete if it is not used. In the same way, we can say the meaning of it is not only the one the architect imagines and proposes but also the one it acquires through the users. They are the ones who give identity, appropriating it and finding their place. The architect imagines, proposes a sense and reality returns another or the same but always revisited. Part of the richness of our discipline lies in the unavoidable unpredictability.