The purpose of this workshop is to study the landscape dynamics and development of a settlement in the Gorizia Hills and to compare various man-made (or built) landscapes. This picturesque region is characterised by a unique terraced landscape, which, like towns, is changing in response to people’s lifestyle and other demands. Scenarios for the future development of the Gorizia Hills were designed by five working groups. One group identified the current qualities of the abandoned terraces, and subsequently developed and proposed new connections or the development of connections between the deteriorating landscape pattern and the existing built structure. The design is based on high-tech architecture with the application of local energy resources and on the food self-sufficiency of individual settlements.