The project stems from the discussion between the differences of the plan and the perceived plan in the context of Vatican State. Vatican in the city of Rome seems to be made up of socially and politically clearly defined concentric layers, starting with Rome, Vatican and then the highly fragmented sapces within Vatican such as the St Peters
Basilica/Square and the Museum. While accessibility to these different zones
is highly choreographed, the perceived spaces deviate from the clearly designed, the proposal takes this discussion to a certain publicly vacant urban interior within the Vatican Museum and aims to reconfigure the Bramante courtyard according to the visual experience of the visitor to the museum from inside out. The proposal tries to discuss the relationship between the original design, its development over the course of the history and how the intervention can interfere with the existent. The design acts as second layer inhabitable wall to the original Bramante façade by holding traces of the existing, in a way the wall starts layering itself.