A workshop specially designed for families, through the central hydraulic area where the wells, the deposits and the machinery share the same space and form a living museum. We will discover the exact functions that have been assigned to these specific spaces, dimensions and forms.
The itinerary is lead by architects who explain the different structures that support the buildings around the area, using daily elements and materials manipulated to imitate and understand what we are seeing.
The participants learn by playing, and are encouraged to create their own specific structure following the concepts that are described along the walk through the building that once housed the water deposits.
The more you look, the more you see. The more you see, the more you think. The more you think, the more ideas you will have!