The area of cape Taenaron is the marginal point between the beginning and the end, the isolated topos of an attempt to activate one''s consciousness. Where the spatial vibrations facilitate communication with other dimensions, the Necromanteion was built. Its structure will determine the articulation of a spatial complex for meditation and spiritual immersion. Intromitting the inner, the local technique of the drywall is structurally analyzed, consisting in the use of stones without connecting mortar, i.e. placing the solid in the void. Via the consecutive subtraction of the drywall''s solid two new systems arise: the representations of void [meshwork] and solid [imprints]. The route is unfolding and transformed into an intricate promenade that blurs the limits between stasis and motion. An interstitial space is created that is accentuated by the qualities of light to the discourse of the inner and outer spaces. Pieces of a totality, the fragments of the initial drywall structure, adopt in their form and structure the particular characteristics of the hypsometric curves and the steps of Mani, carrying them away in a palpitating system of continuous transformations and redefinitions.