Located at the intersection between five streets, the site was the main factor that influenced the architects’ decision when developing the plans for Santa Ana’s Chapel, located in Portugal and designed by e|348 arquitectura: “In the beginning of the year 2009 we were commissioned the Project of a Chapel honoring Santa Ana, in a small, triangular piece of land, in Sousanil, Portugal. The amphitheater shape of the site, allows exterior mass celebration where everyone has optimal visibility conditions, promoting their participation in the ceremonies. This circumstance was the leading key for the entire project. The building to develop would materialize the edification of the bottom edge of this spontaneous sanctuary, improving the conditions for celebration along with the creation of a singular building capable of housing Santa Ana’s devotion.” (Photographs: FG+SG)