Protection and adaptation to public visit the archaeological site of Can Arnau
The archaeological site displays a public bath, a residential area and a potter oven, with a chronology that goes from II BC to 80/70 a.
The aim of the intervention is to adapt the archaeological site for public visits, so they can highlight the archaeological remains, enhance its heritage values and improve the protective structures to ensure their preservation.
The proposal should allow future excavations that have yet to be carried out in the field, and contribute to the enhancement of the remains by musealization the site.
The importance of the urban image of the proposal, the study of viewing from the perimeter and the use of new technologies as a platform to publicize the site, configure the other relevant features.