Vaikom Mohammed Basheer, who earned the sobriquet “beypore sultan”, belonged to that rare genre of artists who love the world with all its imperfections. The project is aimed at proposing a memorial that stands timeless for the coming generations to celebrate the unique ebullient intellect. The memorial was to be located in Beypore, an ancient port town in Calicut where he spent most of his lifetime. The voices of the movements through the space will envisage the remembrance of the emotions and the quintessence of his journey in life. The spaces are crafted imbibing philosophies from his writings. As a manifestation of this idea, the planning is implemented in a public and private realm to incorporate multiple activities for diverse user groups. The entire complex is articulated in a to understand and literature, throwing light on the life of Beypore sultan. He dreamt of a borderless humanistic culture, narrated simply and directly which is reflected in the quality of spaces. The need for tangible elements which could heighten sensory experiences to create “placeness” was felt. The memorial, a place for both recreation and education, emphasizes enriching the literary knowledge and upliftment of the community. The articulation of materials, form and void was to be directed towards a memorable form outside and an embodied experience of the museum/ art gallery and library providing an arena for interaction, learning, teaching and research Other spaces like amphitheatre, community hall, store, open terrace, courtyards, rose garden, dormitory and cafe is seamlessly incorporated.