This project focuses on exploring the impact that erosion has to three very different environments and how erosion to these environments can be avoided by the creation of follies. In the first instance, the environment is based within a coral reef and the folly pumps calcium carbonate to the rare corals to prevent further erosion to the climate. The second environment is based within the mountain ranges of the Scottish Highlands and the folly acts as a walking platform in the same gradient as the mountains to prevent erosion caused by human trails. The third environment is based along a coastline and the folly acts as a sea wall to prevent further erosion to the coastal stacks. The sea wall is also records tidal information and is inhabitable to allow people to hear the crashing waves amplified.