The Olive House is a building intended for the Association of Olive Growers of Montenegro as an administrative and educational center. It is also intended as a meeting place for tourists and lovers of olive fruit products. The available location, the project program, the specific configuration of the terrain, the historical core of the fortified city and the vernacular architecture from the surroundings were seen as the material from which the original spatial assembly could be assembled. The architectural expression was realized according to the principle of group form, creating a space rich in visual sequences. All of this is related to the existing urban fabric and the traditional layout of the old town courtyards, composed of several buildings that form a common, always original functional and aesthetic whole. The designed solution is a composition of roofs in combination with flat parts. The yard is covered, except for the circular opening that allows the olive tree to grow.