First drying individually, then assembling into distinctive collectivity: Adobe is the oldest material for building constructions. It is both a composite made from earth and organic material that can emcompass nearly any shape as well as a mediator due to its thermal properties. Adobe allows to control the inside by sealing it off from the fluctuations of the outside. The inside stays cool when its hot and warm when its cold. In other words, permeability is traded off for stability to attain and retain the collective assemblage.