The gallery

Perceived as the first periphery of the patio (centre of the house), the S'hine, a dynamic space of irregular geometric shape, has the conceptual function, in addition to its functional role, of ensuring the joints between a patio of regular geometric shape and an often irregular plot.

The walls that define it are continuous and ordered, articulated around an axial symmetry (central door and window on either side, central archway when the number of arcs is odd).

It offers the possibility of a horizontal walk around the westeddar but also a moment in the vertical course since it represents a landing on the stairs that leads to the terrace "s'tah".

The four corners are generally materialized in large houses (dar), by octagonal base domes on arches and false trunks.