Infinity of water suggested by a multitude of plaster layers going all over the surface of the protostructure and creating vertical planes. Metaphor of water integrated in the soil itself.
These vertical planes, formed by a single formwork, offer different perceptions of a space inside the protostructure, yet all formed of similar planes. The perception changes.
Around these planes, a human being feel oppressed. Over time, these planes grow and dominate him.
Changing and dominant spaces. Superiority. Each path brings to a new space.
Yet, these planes are not essential. What is primordial, is the spatial potential brought by the formwork. This possibility is offered to anyone who wants to create its own space, however he wants to do it.
Monge projection of the layers and axonometry of the formwork