It is a new cover protecting an assembly of archaeological thermal baths, forum and domus of Molinete Park, Cartagena, Spain. The light polycarbonate structure seeks to seamlessly integrate the dense city centre to the sloping park while creating a continuous perception of the whole site. The exterior skin is constructed out of perforated steel plates and corrugated polycarbonate sheets to give a uniform but translucent quality to the roof, allowing sunlight to filter through to the archaeological site below. The design achieves a large span with limited structural stilts.

The design offers an elevated walkway which runs parallel to the street of the city. The light steel beam structure provides an overall view of the archaeological remains from three metres high, subtly shifting in its route, the fully accessible path generates a new urban façade through coloured partition walls.