The San Clemente Cultural Center is located in the historic center of the Spanish city. It is a 15th-century building, and now houses the Library, the Restoration Unit, and the Exhibition Center.
We look for dynamic lines, which tell us about the continuous movement (activities, events, exhibitions, etc.) that one experiences in the Center. Those lines are found in the architecture itself, particularly in the use of the semicircular arch in different spaces of the building.