Signed by Greco, this singular pathway allows for particular experiences in those who pass through it. Wood is in the floor and in the cobogós (hollow brick wall) that flank it. Made of African mahogany, they display symbols that represent the Orixás (Orishas), deities that represent the energies of nature and were brought to Brazil by ancestors from Africa.
The space speaks of journey, of contemplation and was baptized ṣiré (Xirê), a word that means circle or dance of the Orixás.
Material Used :
African mahogany, Cobogó, Brazilian Association of African Mahogany Producers (ABPMA)