Public realm proposal for the Viljandi castle ruins competition in Estonia. Looking at locally sourced fieldstones and granite, halfed for accessibility paths and seating platforms to enhance views and grounded resting areas in the area. Inspired by scaffolding, the galvanized steel tension structures provide a simple and light design to contrast to the medieval heavy stonework. Rising platforms give access to specific elevations for the historical embrasures, guard paths above walls and bridges that connect over historical moats. The steel mesh, tie bars, and risers create a veil-like framework for minimal interventions with clear comtemporary architectural intentions in relation to the local red clay rich earth and brown stonework.