A vast nave of 700 m2 composed by a field of fabric prisms suspended from steel frames. Like stalactites in a cave provide a mysterious and playful space. The components are arranged in clusters of variable densities and heights, gently dripping water at various pulses and speeds. Creating a refreshing and shaded atmosphere, enhanced by the sound of droplets falling in different intensities over a ground composed by concrete stalagmites that functioned as seating and water storing elements.
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Photograph by the Dutch photographer 010labIMarco Jongmans of the crypt inside the Vals monastery designed by the Dutch monk/architect Dom Hans van der Laan. The play between light and shadow create the right atmosphere in this underground space.