Compatibility studies and environmental impact, recovery of degraded areas, rethinking of the landscape to mitigate the impact of major architectural interventions. Studying the landscape is the first step to tackle a project in which man and environment interact in the face of the intense modifications and alterations made on the environment by the progress itself. If the presence of human intervention has modified the natural landscape, while planning a green area it is important to evaluate how the appearance of the landscape can not be excluded, but preserved and integrated into the project. Restoring naturalness to the territorial system, reducing the impact of the works, planning to heal the separation work-environment, these are the aims of a design aiming to respect and protect the environment.