Rotonda Blava, 2007
The remodelling of the roundabout depicts an indeterminate image. This is an important place in the urban tissue, a key element for the organization of the access road to the village center.
The intervention takes place in a round space resulting from the topographic characteristics of the land. The most representative element of the proposal is water.
The roundabout is formed by 4 ceramic columns, a fountain and an irregular blue pavement.
The contents of Rotonda Blava are symbolic and depart from the synthesis of some preliminary ideas: water, Roman origins, and the pottery inspired in the blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
The general idea is that of a vertical fountain, surrounded by two pairs of columns, which accompanies us on entering the village by guiding the cars, which continue along the road after crossing the square. In this way, the colour, the sound of the water and the linear rhythms are integrated in a game between reality and fiction, giving meaning to an urban space which was formerly little attractive.