“This is the architecture of the Museum, ideally without walls, doors, windows or all those defenses that are obvious, thought and repeated. The museums that gather what was in palaces, or churches, or huts, or attics, covered with glory or dust, folded under the mattress of a bed, and which now looks at me in silence, in a light indifferent to what moves too much. “With this fragment of Álvaro Siza, the feeling of a room in the museum is perfectly captured.
Even if we want the space we are dealing with to be a place with an entity in itself, independent of use, after the intervention it will be destined to host several rooms for the Archaeological Museum of the city of Porcuna. Think of an environment without doors, without windows and without walls, a place covered by a carpet. Simply, a rug that allows us to wander among the archaeological remains looking for the space between the ruins.