Serenity is enclosed in a space delimited by certainties. The length, height and depth of the soul. It is the three-dimensionality of life that gives us peace when it comes into our world and settles down in our routine. What can the preoccupations of the day do against the reassuring tranquillity of one’s own place? We live in spaces and seek in them the reflection of ourselves, because we give our spaces the responsibility of making us better. To make the untouchable serenity of a shape mould the intangible three-dimensionality of the soul.