Solitude is a project that puts into practice the concept of understanding the city as a multi-functional space where elements that awaken emotional sentiments interact.

Humans tend to channel our emotions by choosing a nearby place to turn it into our emotional space. When a place meets our needs, that is when the emotion-space relationship is consolidated and becomes a space that evokes emotion.

Through this work, we aim to show how big cities lead people to search for or discover spaces where they can have a moment of disconnection, relaxation, dreaming, or temporarily isolate themselves in search of solitude, which in some cases, is not desired. We approach these architectural spaces and the relationships that are created between people and the space.

The result is the creation of this photographic series called Solitude.