Special attention was paid to how visitors access the building, limited only to a footpath that leads us to observe the relationship between land and buildings with Tua River valley special. Located in Murça, Portugal, the Center for Archaeological Interpretation camouflages itself with the landscape, while delivering the necessary reception for visitors.
This building was built as an infrastructure to support the archaeological site of Crasto Lofts. It consists of a reception area, the interpretive center, exhibition space, parking, and trails to visit the site with the appropriate signage.
The interior is open and fluid, with walls only where necessary, to plumbing and water tanks. The space houses a small exhibition consisting of different materials and objects of archaeological excavation, and also has a video installation that explains the recovery of the site.
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