In December of that year (2001), the Town council wanted to make a crib in the Town square.
The space I have at my disposal is the central part of this square, and the requirements are to put a Abies x masjoanii and the traditional crib.
I propose a mountable and detachable crib which incorporates the fir within the crib and which is extrapolable to any place. And it is called 'Nau d'Orient' (East Ship).
It depicts a boat carrying the crib, in which the fir is a great sail, and a smaller fir, is the smaller sail.
It has four good faces, the front is headed by the small fir and the back closes two systems of 'leg of goose', in the French style, interlaced among themselves; this gives me the opportunity to make an unevenness and to play with the elevation terrace. And I use recovered materials.