The protection of an important archaeological find is included in that number of interventions where antiquities confront with modernity, and the find is confronted to the landscape.
The program includes the construction of a roof for the excavations, the protection of the mosaics and building an exhibition and study centre for tourists and archaeologists. This built spaces are placed inside of the archaeological settlement as pavilions that do not interfere with the wide metallic roof that covers the area. The mosaics are delimited by a translucent perimeter of metal mesh that builds up the original space of the rooms. A wooden raised floor runs through the area connecting the spaces and the display of the mosaics.