This paper is a study of the development of Polish immigration in Paraná, Brazil that brought about the permanence of houses of Araucaria as part of the remains of the interrelation between the environment and architecture. Considering the material as well as immaterial aspects of the wooden structures and the way in which they changed the scenery the results of the study found that three of the twelve colonies studied, (those that noted rural properties that had a morphofunctional representation dynamic), can be characterized by the generations of interrelatedness between the houses of Araucaria and other wooden structures. This occurred in a space destined for family-based agriculture.
HIb: Revista de Historia Iberoamericana / Vol. 9, No. 2, pp.60-77