The first image of Miguel Fisac’s architecture i ever saw was probably of the Iglesia de San Pedro Mártir – PP Dominicos. When you think of concrete as an architectural surface your first thoughts are of the brutalist architecture movement from the 1950’s – 70. But looking at the interior ofSan Pedro Mártir you only see a soaring space filled with light. Highly textured walls reach high into the air as the ceiling floats like a cloud over the atrium, light pouring in. The board formed surface of the swooping ceiling give the impression of light streaking through the space. The expansive detailed stained glass window fills the room with light with extending the texture of the walls surface. It’s a space that does everything church architecture is suppose to do, and it does it with concrete.