This present topic of research is related to the study of the work of the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa and especially of the cemetery of Brion. More specifically it is orientated to the design of the building and the spacial experience it offers. At the same time, the above connection is examined through the tradition of his city of descent with data like the light and the shadow, the material, the detail of construction and the liquid elements. Finally, it designates the relationship between the part and the whole during the planning and the experience of the implemented space.
A way to understand this architect better not only him but his planning techniques was to take a trip to his works. Through this visit his planning method and the focus on detail could be perceived in a way that is understood in its totality.
More specifically , the whole research follows a process starting from the study of his whole work from the moment his journey begins through to the final result. The research starts after the completion of the journey when new data are presented and common places and characteristics are observed in the work and also in the character and planning of Scarpa. So it is chosen to be studied extensively and deeply as his last work , Brion. Through the transcribing and understanding of his work from designs and from photographs attempts are made to understand the way the planning has influenced the final implemented work and the experience of space somebody has in it.