The new conversion stations of the Sardinia-Corsica-Italy submarine power line are designed as fragments of a larger system; the mirrored sheet metal facades reflect – with a continuous movement – the landscape and the power grid.

In this way, architecture physically declines what energy does in an abstract way: although the energy and the architecture are always the same, each of them takes on different shapes and appearances each time depending on the context in which it operates. Buildings are no longer closed enclosures, but screens on which to read the schedules of the landscape and energy.