Nik Spatari’s artistic/architectonical project adjacent to the museum, inspired by the compass rose sometimes called wind rose,. Inspired by geometric shapes such as triangles and hexagons of the ancient Egyptians, was built with materials recovered on site, old stones from the former complex. Beams and timber from the nearby woods. The entire project and work have been created economically under the direction of Nik Spatari and Hiske Maas.