The cultural village in Lemba consists of two areas: the neighborhood of creation where all the workshops are placed and the neighborhood of hospitality where all the dormitories are positioned. The essence of the Cypriot village is translated into architectural elements such as alleys, enclosed courtyards, covered passages and in-between spaces. Detached units of various forms positioned in different directions create a series of spatial experiences that embody qualities of traditional architecture. Sliding elements unify the separate workshops with their outdoor spaces. The forms and materials of the new building units echo the presence of the existing condition of the art college and the rest of the village. Lofts, perforated panels, corrugated metal sheets and wooden structures compose a seemingly ephemeral and at the same time complex condition that reflects the spirit of the artistic expression of the art school so far.