The World of the Victors is a project that uses photography as a medium for archaeological activity that takes the notion of a border to explore the style of the homes of leading figures from the Franco dictatorship. The idea stems from a personal interest in historical memory and started to take shape when I read Benjamín Prado’s novel Mala gente que camina in which he describes the opulent residence of a family on the winning side of the Spanish civil war. This sparked an interest in the residential spaces of the victors, especially since the crimes of Franco’s dictatorship have so far gone unpunished.