In collaboration with Arden Freemen for client: Art Share LA, this tectonic interior design, fabrication and permanent installation was produced as our submittal for a competition titled: “to See, Sit & Sleep”. The program called for the proposal to be independent of the existing architecture and free standing to avoid building permits and code checks. As a result we chose to focus our design strategy on developing a highly tectonic solution that could mediate code by avoiding being built in and instead be built on relying on mass, weight and gravity to cement our construct in a manner that we hoped mediated between object and architecture. Our solution is a centralized, free-standing storage unit that operates as a wall, a grounding apparatus, a lamp and both a monolithic and kinetic room divider that easily cantilevers off the static steel component. This multi-functional core allows for several distinct spaces; each with its own function, form, and aesthetic. The project was realized all by hand built fabrication processes over a three week period for design and build.