Since the floor does not manifest as an object form to be admired for shape, outline or profile, often the most sophisticated thing about is that it can be flat. While architects are well - versed in making object form, the floor is a medium of active forms that organize interplay and interdependance with spatial consequence.

(Keller Easterling, Negotiation between gravity and the upright body, in Elements of Architecture, R. Koolhaas)


stimulating spectrum of actions and behaviours

Ability to hide things in its cavity while remaining a simple flat surface


a modul defines the system


surface of the floor extends outside the glass walls

claiming the surface of the space around it

the mistery of the section

shifting the perspective

The sounds on the floor

From within / on the top