Location | Valencia Year | 2017 Dimensions | 5x4x4 m
The Family Pantheon has been designed as a place that rekindles the memories from several generations.
The building has been materialised as a sculptural structure made of two wings converging at a point, thus creating an enclosure that surrounds an area that is opened but defined by the atmosphere produced between the void and the solid.
The Cor-Ten steel, the crystallisation of its oxide symbolising here eternity and the passage of time, is accompanied by a large piece of granite as an opening tombstone that gives access to the sepulchre.
Anna Boscà, María Martí, María Parra
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