Chilean design firm SAA arquitectura + territorio, designed a small health clinic for the community—a rather difficult task given the hard-to-reach location and absence of readily available potable water and electricity. Thus the building was equipped with solar panels and prefabricated offsite to reduce construction time to just seven days. A support shed for the rural health clinic includes photovoltaic panels that power the lighting and charging equipment, a water tank and drain, as well as a small storage space. One half of the building houses a waiting room and medical room and is mostly opaque, save for a few small square windows, to preserve privacy. In contrast, the other half of the building is completely open on one side and functions as a terrace. A slatted black solar screen was installed on the ocean-facing façade of the building. The clinic’s simple design is conducive to easy disassembly and relocation.