This diploma thesis explores the Güi-Güi territory, which is located in the West of Gran Canaria. The goal is to erect a visitor centre that while not only allowing for overnight stays but also providing research facilities, integrates which as well as accentuates its environment. In order to achieve this, the architectural motive of the pathway was chosen: Güi-Güi can only be reached by foot or by boat, and, at the Barranco de Güi-Güi , the Pathway forks. The two pathways are connected and, thereby “closed” by the structure, so that they form a loop. The structure itself comprises four strands, which continuously intertwine witch each other as well as with the environment. As a consequence thereof, the structure forms terraces. The individual levels meet at the abandoned construction site of a tomato packing plant where they combine into an auditorium with a view over the bay.