The square extends the inner space of the church with the removal of existing trees which, even according to the inhabitants of the area surveyed, provide inadequate shading and smell horribly.
The Holy Virgin's statue is relocated behind the bell tower, where it retains a visual contract with the entrance area of the church. A small area for prayers or meditation is designed around the statue, as an alternative space to the wider square.
The horizontal plane made of Sardinian granite stone 8 cm thick often cm. 8 is as wide as possible, including also the neighbouring streets that become visually an extension of the square, while leaving intact their function.
The size of the stone slabs decreases from the more important areas to the margins.
The square has both fixed and mobile boundaries. The first are trees, lights, surrounding buildings, and a pergola. The second are made with furniture: flower pots, fountains and water blade. The result is a space with variable geometry, adaptable to various uses throughout the year.
The granite surface rises in front of the church to ensure accessibility to the Church for disabled people. On the north side it shows a small depression, which becomes a pool with waterworks, when the summer air becomes hot, or for scenographic duties.
The shading pergola is six meters high. This height reduces visual impact, as it ensures transparency throughout the square, while slightly obscuring the tall building on the corner. At the height of the observer structure looks like a wood, thin, transparent yet shady. Due to its size, is almost a space in itself and can accommodate complementary activities: children's play during an event, backstage dressing rooms during a show, ...