Bringing architecture back to its infrastructural state is defined according to three lines of thought: the territory, the architectural language and the economy. The first axis relates to architecture as an element of the territory regardless of its scale. It becomes an infrastructure of the landscape. The second is the relationship to architectural language and form. Architecture is reduced to its most basic terms. In a period where a common narrative is lacking, the architectural language is in real crisis. Nakedness is to dispense with everything that obfuscates and confounds the basic ideas and shapes underneath. By replacing language with systems, the architectural project becomes a formal support for various meanings, symbols, temporality and above all a support for poetics. The last is to make an economic architecture through new aesthetic and social paradigms and a new way of approaching the project. Through this last theme we address the issue of a possible local architecture.