“A well tempered ‘humanism’ does not begin with oneself, but puts the world before life, life before man (…)”, Claude Lévi-Strauss
The need for an ecological reasoning becomes essential as the protection of Nature for the following generations turns into Man’s major concern. Human evolution’s unbalanced effects lead to internal revolutions within human condition and nature themselves. In a fast, packed and polluting society, the claustrophobic and blurring effects are amplified, also in attitudes and consciences. In this project, that suffocating membrane is ripped, there is a cry of urgency for what is natural, an escape to Nature, reframing our own existence.