There is no need to define what natural light is, but we do need to remember that this
light allows us to define what is around us, by day and night: the changing perception of
the things or the bodies on which it impacts, and the space that contains them.
Light, or absence of light, can also transform this space in each season, each day of the year, each
hour of the day, each moment. That is why architecture and light, or light and architecture are concepts that were interdependent throughout history.
In this series I represent classical and very old architecture to reveal its beauty, its forms, the stone out of which the houses are built by the use of light.