The Basque Country (Euskal Herria in Basque) is a cultural region that straddles the western Pyrenees mountains that define the border between France and Spain, extending down to the coast of the Bay of Biscay. Basque Enia is about constructing architectures in three territories of the Basque country. Using the Basque landscape to ‘narrate’ these architectures is most developed at the origins – a source of rivers, raw materials and energy. The architecture becomes concerned with the unfolding of naturalness, to show this sequencing of nature as seen from the architecture. It is also one of transition, of an almost phantasmic, high altitude architecture that keeps on surfacing and disappearing in the landscape in its tireless dialogue with nature.