ANTERIOR space is considered as a conceptual space that precedes the generation of physical space. Within the logic of anterior thought, site is perceived as an integration of physical, phenomenological, cultural, historical and symbolic trajectories. The comprehension of these trajectories of site alludes to architectural responses, structural languages and spatial consequences that are specific to place. In the matrix of the anterior, the architectural response becomes a collector/reflector of the simultaneous phenomena evidenced on a particular point on earth.