Mauna Kea is a mountain attracting mainly three kinds of user groups in conflict with each other: Culture, Science and Tourism all have various ways of interacting with the area, resulting in different demands concerning the structures and behaviors on site. The search for common values is the first step for a successful synergy between those parties. By creating a structure that offers a stage for every one of them, meeting their expectations and needs, a constructive, cooperative and respectful behavior is promoted, leading to the advantage of interdisciplinary collaboration that benefits all groups. The proposed design considers requirements and assets of the three involved viewpoints, combining them under one single roof. It offers space for an open dialogue and enhances appropriate behaviors, mindful of the expectations and needs of the respective other user groups. Additionally, it provides functions, mechanisms and a room schedule that incorporates the demands of all participants. The project defines itself as a Visitor Information Station, focusing on the main desire of all its users: providing and gaining information.