The project for Ethra Gallery is based on the restoration and adaptation of an old house from the early 19th century into a gallery. The basic concept that guided the intervention was not to intervene, as contradictory as it may sound, but to recover and synthesize the space. Everything that was damaged, was restored to its original state. Additionally, a white patina was applied to the interior and exterior of the house to unify the spaces and provide more light. New elements were required, such as a terrace for outdoor exhibitions and new circulation routes. These elements were added with a minimalist and modern design, making them easily distinguishable from the original features of the house. In cases where intervention was necessary, it was done cautiously to minimize the impact. Spaces that changed their function remained intact, instead, modifications were made through furniture choices.