The 2,000 m2 site of this project describes an inverted L-shape, adjacent to the city’s historic cemetery. Inside the site, each building serves as a fixed point along a lengthy path that describes an evident intention to articulate the project in relation to its use by a viewer in movement. The sepulchres for the Brions, situated in a corner of the site, represent the physical and ideal hinge of the entire composition. The area was accessed by passing through what Carlo Scarpa referred to as the “Propylea”. The interior space is animated by a series of evocative objects: the small temple, the pavilion with the tombs for family members and the pavilion on the water. Perhaps the most important of these objects is the arcosolium with the tombs of Scarpa’s clients: a flattened arch protecting the two sarcophagi that lean toward one another.