aims to address and reflect on the emerging typologies that are becoming a new rural vernacularity – elaborating on their designs, conditions and policies. Apart from residential areas, new Enterprise Architecture is appearing as a supplementary element to the rural landscape – from agro enterprises to logistics hubs and industrial warehouses. Their volumes and footprints expand to an inhuman scale with minimal integral planning behind it, often excluding architects and urban designers in the creation processes. With that in mind, how could we imagine the implementation of new typologies into the current conditions? How can we preserve existing local architectural and cultural heritage, and public institutions – culture houses, clubs, village councils – and the characteristics of the public events they host – fairs, public holidays, public assemblies? What is their relevance in contemporary rural life?