Imagining what could have been; the altered site is informed by the existing. How the parameters of what already exists has potential to inform a suggestive, altered space by raising architectural questions about the nature of domestic and institutional space. Slippages occur between moments of stasis and movement, encouraging an ongoing perpetual motion of an action while simultaneously employing elements of mimicry within the space. We are forced to acknowledge our surroundings. The existing use value and the consequence of alteration is questioned, asking us to pay attention to the existing space.