We propose a linear and horizontal museum, conceived from inside out. Organizing the exhibition space on one floor. We propose a project that despite having two separate museums, imagine one as an extension of the other. The buildings construct the boundary between the park and the city, creating a continuous exposition space, a grid ordering the continuity between interior and exterior spaces.
The grid defines all identical rooms, where the human dimension relates to the scale of the landscape; rooms delimit an intimate space, where one enters into symbiosis with the artworks. The grid also draws the open space and public space organization.
The museum rooms grid becomes an apparently isotropic multidirectional space, able to allow a great flexibility. The grid system can be divided and opened all the time, according to the exhibition requirements.