The client’s request was a removable building that reminded the Indian Ocean resorts. The structure on the beach is made up of twelve misaligned ridge trusses resting on pillars. The structure stiffening is achieved by a current pole plate along the entire perimeter fixed at the tie rod level. A grating clasped to tie beam intrados, forms a decorative texture and at the same time determines an efficient bracing. The material used is laminated seasoned Cipò, wood specially chosen for its hardness and resistance to weathering, here particularly constraining. The structure rests on a concrete slab and the floating floor is in autoclaved teak tiles. All hardware is stainless steel. Couplers and fastening are designed to dismantle and assemble the structure without causing effects of chipping, and to avoid any performance structural loss in panel point.