A Sacred Place
Architectural forms like our monolith have been found throughout history all around the world. In other ages they were called the “axi mundi” or axis of the world: that which united the heavens and the earth.
One could reach the heavens by climbing a tree, a vine, a stairway, a mountain…
Constructed of stainless steel to reflect the age we live in, and engraved with the date of the inauguration of the Park, the monolith sets the Park’s coordinates in time and space.
The monolith is scheduled to be built at Hudson Valley Park in the future. Pictured: Punta de Vacas Park.
Stele - Donor Wall
Entrance gates mark the boundary separating two spaces: the space of the external world and that of the intimacy of home; the space of noise and that of silence; the space of daily life and that of seclusion and reflection.
When one passes through the Portal, one enters a different time and space from that of daily life. Marking the boundary between the external world and the interior of the human being, the Portal is designed to bring about a change in the internal state of everyone who enters.
The Portal will be constructed at Hudson Valley Park as part of the future project.
Pictured: Punta de Vacas Park
Its interior symbolizes the profound internal experience through a spherical space devoid of icons, symbols or images.
Externally, the walls frame a sphere that in its high point aims towards the heights. The form of the Hall is that of a Mandela with four entrances.
The Hall will be built in the future at Hudson Valley Park in the future. Pictured: Manantiales Park.
The Center is a place dedicated to seminars, retreats and celebrations with accommodations for overnight stays.
The Center at Hudson Valley Park.
The Center of Studies
The place where the works of School are developed and where the Masters do their practices and studies.
The Center of Studies will be built at Hudson Valley in the future. Pictured: Manantiales Park.