As a result of research into science and religion and their relationship, I decided to design a college of philosophy at Roslin, Midlothian. The college will separate the subject with moral philosophy including theology on the one hand and metaphysics and logic on the other. The college will share facilities including accommodation, catering facilities, administration offices, a library, teaching facilities and a lecture theatre which will host debate between the religious and scientific communities. The site is a collection of fields about four hundred and seventy metres by nine hundred metres, separating Rosslyn Chapel, a site world famous for its connection with the Knights Templar and the Holy Grail, and Roslin Biocentre, a biological research facility made famous for cloning the first living animal. In designing the facility, I made use of a number of sacred geometrical diagrams and images of stem cells used for cloning, and layered them up to give myself a matrix within which to work. The building is to look like it is emerging from the landscape, as if a crack has opened up in the tectonic plates and built forms are created under plates which have been forced upwards.