The Solidarity Memorial, built in honor of the righteous labors of a Chilean saint who devoted his life to caring for the most marginalized and excluded in society, is a concrete structure at the eastern end of the green space.
From here you have a wonderful view of the majestic Andes mountain ranges, which are the backdrop for this man-made structure. This site is the most open, but the specialists tried not to elevate their creation above the other houses of the complex.
The main requirement of this project was to create calm and serenity, so the architects decided to investigate the possibility of combining dense and translucent materials to create the main walls. As a result, they used blocks of concrete and glass, combining different densities and colors into a single façade that gives the interior a fragmented, perforated light.