"We must understand (as imposing as this may be) that the place of existence is of a highly indeterminate matter, at the physical as well as at the conscious level, and this realization is present in architecture's condition to create and establish Place." In an attempt to respond to this statement, Medios is the assumption of a transcendental condition that can be translated to architecture as a movement, a process or procedure­or more precisely a work. In this sense, the work can be described as spaces where a connection to any context (to any exterior) is of a metaphysical nature, with the philosophy of aesthetics playing a major role in the design.

All the fenestrations of the building fuse into one single window.

The house turns inwards negating its context

The contorted surface generates space.