Less is more. In this case with more sense, less is more archaeological respect, less is more public space for the life of the city, less is more spatial clarity for major events, less is more relationship with the Hermitage.
A system of platforms, spatial strata that connect the archaeological remains with the square.
The strata of time that, in a singular way, structure the place, lead us to propose a system of platforms, spatial strata, that adapt to the ages of the place.
From the current stratum we look at the resurrected archaeological time, allowing it to be incorporated into the daily routine of the days, the festivals, the fairs, the processions, the conversations, as a proud and indissoluble part of the life of the people of Carthage.
Project carried out with Virginia Baena Rodriguez, architect and Carlos Castaño Gil, architecture student.