Discusses the difficulties in (re)compose in digital form (digital anastilosi) the vernacular architecture of the wooden huts of the Amazon rubber Acreana through imagistic and literary documents in the period from 1870 to 1910. The trading of rubber are the cores of settlement have been established to collect the latex from Hevea brasiliensis (Muell.Arg., 1865), for industrial purposes, along the Amazonian rivers in the mid-nineteenth century. Currently there are fragments in the ruins scattered in rural areas or urban entwined in the meshes of cities along the river Acre.