MUSAC is a new space for culture that visualises the connections between man and nature. MUSAC draws the scenario for art with the same optimistic attitude used by the Roman land surveyors to sketch their cities in the landscape. The building consists of a set cluster of autonomous rooms that hosts exhibitions of differing sizes and types. Each of the jaggedly shaped rooms constructs a continuous yet spatially differentiated area. Outside, the public space takes on a concave shape embraced by large colored glass, which pays homage to the Cathedral of Leon as a place of relationship between people and the city.