The Juan Soriano Museum project was proposed to cover the wide artistic range of the period, and to promote the relationship with different media and art forms. For this reason the space was not designed as an isolated unit, but as a fragmented, flexible and open space that allowed the relationship between the interior and exterior space, as well as the introduction to the space for performing arts inside the museum and not as an isolated auditorium. Responding to the artists’ character, it was very important for us to design a space that allowed the visitor to discover the path in a playful and exploratory way. We proposed the idea of a museum that is discovered little by little through the visitors pathway, appreciating the work of the artist in particular pieces, but also in its evolution, superposition and as a whole. The programme is divided in tiny “clusters”, in order to have the opportunity to expand and disperse all over the site’s topography. Nature and art are reinforced by de programme, generating diverse expectations in the visitor’s pathway. The dispersion of the program allows simultaneous programs and tours, as well as greater protection of the number of plant species in the environment. Natural and artificial topography are intertwined and generate two planes program in tension (external and underground).