Varar, spanish verb for the action of drifting, defines the essence of this mobile architecture. The project joins the three territories of Chiloé, fluctuating within its water tides. The three existing types of architecture are combined as a new triptych. This fortuitous composition of elements, assimilated to a cadavre esquis, becomes a subtle equilibrium to host cultural and social events for the community. This protected niche on water similar to the existing primary and ephemeral constructions acts as a new subtle exchange of existing knowledge and traditions present on the island. A set of foundations anchored in their own movement.