The island of San Borondón is a popular legend of the Canary Islands about an island that has appeared and disappeared for several centuries. The “eighth” Canary Island has been sighted by many, mapped and photographed. There are even those who claim to have been in it even though its existence has never been proven.

From all this information, I built an island on the back of a 9 km long whale. Once the island is built, the fauna and flora of the place are recreated, in addition to giving it a habitable character from different architectures with various functions that are integrated into the landscape due to their organic geometries.