Commedia An interdisciplinary approach to architecture through the specific case of a museum of Dante Alighieris Divine Comedy. The goal is to research the bond between theory and practice in order to create a lens through which architecture, seen as an interdisciplinary subject, can become richer. The project contemplates the imaginative possibilities of the analogy between architecture and some of its sister arts such as literature, philosophy, semiotics and sociology. Dante Alighieris Divine Comedy is one of the worlds most prominent works of literature and established the basis of the standardized Italian language. The work depicts an allegoric journey of the author through the afterworld and is impressive in its complexity and the depiction of the medieval society and human condition in an individual and universal aspect. The intricacy of the many elements of the poem and the many interpretations that it offers, lay a suitable ground for my research of architecture in its theoretical and practical aspect. The poem is more than 700 years old but its structure transcends time and is still very present, a contemporary perspective and approach may generate new meanings to the work, to ourselves and our society: a dialog between cultures. The physical representation of the Divine Comedy and the connection of its different concepts is translated in architecture through a museum, as it is a building open to the public and interacts with it through its spaces and contents. A museum creates a dialog and exchange between the architecture and its user, in a broader view: between architecture and society. The design for the museum of the Divine Comedy derives from literary architecture, sustained by fields like philosophy, semiotics, sociology and others. The translation of words into spaces and shapes is the concept of the architectural design, the basic elements are put in relation with each other with the aim to avoid any literal translation. The focus lies in the perception of space and how it affects us and how we sense it through countless interpretations.