Gambiarra is a word originated from the Brazilian culture, which is used in a daily basis to name spontaneous solutions for everyday situations, using the resources available at the time. In a deeper level, the meaning of gambiarra, is directly related to creative behaviour, as it is the ability to understand potential new uses of objects and associate it to unexpected contexts ● Gambiarra No.14 is a concept of possible new utilisations for cable ties. Since they are an industrial product with one considered function, the project aims to decontextualize cable ties’ use and add new values to it. Considering Brazil as a chaotic system, based on its social and cultural organisation, Gambiarra No.14 also represents a paradox: it is the intersection point between chaos and order — it is just enough structure to organise chaos into a positive result; With Germany as the order element, Gambiarra No.14 aims to transform societyvs functionality preconceptions into new possible utilisations and interpretations for trivial objects. Thus, Gambiarra No.14 brings the daily improvisation of Brazilian culture into the structured German context ● The project is an example of one of multiple possible interpretations, and it is not limited to one object or one solution. Different examples with the cable tie structures were studied and can be verified in the documentation of the process.