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For the elaboration of these tables, we have been inspired, on the one hand, by the artist Kazimir Malevich, known for separating himself from futurist art and giving birth to suprematism, abstract art where he reduced the pictorial elements to the extreme minimum. His most emblematic work, "black square", is a representation of this movement that not only challenged the public but also represented a turning point in the evolution of modern painting.On the other hand, at the structural level, we have been inspired by the Yoyogi Stadium in Japan, a project awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1987 and erected for the 1964 Olympic Games.'There is a deep need for symbolism, which implies that architecture must be elements that touch the human heart.' - Kenzo Tange