In the RCR Summer Workshop on Landscape and Architecture, this exercise is proposed to shed light on the architecture museum’s controversial, thorny and always “dead-end” topic (in this case, Catalan architecture). Because we already know that architecture is not photography but lived space. Therefore, it proposes to give life to the countless “rooms” of the museum of Catalan architecture in a territorial network structured in different layers (a situation, period, theme…) that identifies and highlights them, and show them homogeneously, from the architectural spaces and with the support of the network of collegiate headquarters and sub-headquarters, while enjoying and excelling at the resources available to them.