The intervention consisted of the finishing of the interior spaces, their reformulation, and reorganization, as well as solving the humidity problems caused by the termal hot water springs existing in the space.
In conceptual terms, the aim was to enhance the Roman structures by emphasizing the true protagonist of the space. Thus, the creation of a black background, like the backdrop of a theatre, so that the ruins could be highlighted. A balcony that embraces the space on the upper floor outlines the museum route and organizes the message and the experience of interpreting the archeological finds by their themes. This exhibition route is also organized by different means of communication. As a result, there is a scale model of the space at the start, recreating the three-dimensionality that this thermal complex would have had in its entirety.