On one side, the front is neat and imposing. The monumentality is lightened by the sinuous and elongated lines of the walls and by the different combinations of materials, which react to the light in different ways in line with their materiality from hour to hour. The South view is evocative of the prow of a ship. From this perspective, one can see a clear-cut distinction between the two types of geometry of the structure and, at the same time, appreciate how they complement each other. The stone block of the first floor joins the structures crosswise and reaches for the ground to the west, through imposing, monolithic elements. The view from this angle is completely different. Everything is more linear, transparent and rational.