Interiorization and Crossing

Cut granite

Raw clay maquette

Plans: Architect Natalia Costea

Sculpture: Cado Manrique

Real size: ø 7m interior 1,2 x 4,2 x 4,2 m

Project for the Kyonggi Sculpture Park, South Korea.

Interiorization and Crossing

When viewed from the ground up, the interior space is a square. Its walls are constructed with stone inscribed in a circle made up of small blocks. This closed circle allows the passage into the enclosure. The used material is stone because of its organic world; because it does not only see inward but outward, it breathes.