An empty building lacks life. If it is also a space of more than 32,000 square meters and it is in a neighborhood in the center of a city where there is a surplus of social deprivation, it is a ruin. That is what happened to the old Tobacco Factory of Madrid while it was waiting to become a great cultural facility dedicated to the image. But before that, before the luxurious plans thought up from no less carpeted offices, neighbors swarmed around it with another idea, more modest but more transcendent: that of transforming a cemetery into a living space...[+]