P1 - MORAR
From lat. morāri.
1. cult intransitive verb
Habitually live or reside in a place.
Also used figuratively.
2 . Bring a place to life. Be found.
Moreno as a verb in action;
eg: "being a brunette in architecture"
3 . Dwelling (Verb.) You dwelling Dwelling
It is difficult to define an exact moment in time in which Morar began to think and even more difficult to say when it began to be realized.
Lorena Castro, the founder of the museum, always very fond of art in its different expressions, always being part of that world both as a spectator, as well as putting the body. This interest in the arts is clearly reflected in the architecture of Morar, but also in the pillars that cross this architecture giving shape to the museum.
Contrary to what some people think, her dream at a professional level is not to build her own house, but now, she realizes that her dream was always to make “a meeting place with the depths that we have inside, where the energies and searches ”. This is a clear example of how the personal and professional fabric are continually hand in hand, both mutually promoting each other.
Along with that personal discovery, came a new challenge, how to make it happen. And so began this path of putting it together, like a puzzle. Finding inspiration in the formwork of the works, which he always saw assemble and disassemble, as something ephemeral. Seeking to cause sensations, with the empty and the full, creating games of light and shadow. Understanding architecture, as the process that ends in a spatiality that causes you sensations, emotions, a place that moves you.
On the other hand, as can be seen with the naked eye, Morar seeks to revalue all that heritage, which ends up being left behind, when urban architecture advances. These objects that were previously part of a homogeneous whole, now each one of them is a protagonist within the experience that is lived in Morar.