We want the new museum to be built on top of the hill, inspired by existing reference buildings in Andaluzia. A mechanical stair cut into the hillside and a ramp provide access. A gentle ramp organizes the entire museum continuing of the outside ramp. It surrounds the multifunctional room/ auditorium and the “impluvium” courtyard, that define the main axis of the building. All rooms have access from this ramp that leads to the roof. The terrace is defined by several volumes (cafeteria, terrace, outdoor auditorium) around an open air courtyard. The ramp links also to the olive groves to the south and the landscape area with the mountains in the background. The building will be built in rammed earth system (partly with concrete structure), an ancient building system typical of certain Mediterranean areas. The earth layer walls will be kept without any painting. The building is mainly closed to the outside. We plan only occasional special openings. A white translucent screen ceiling diffuses the light in the exhibition rooms. All the infrastructure (artificial lighting, air conditioning, etc.. )are hidden behind this ceiling.