The project examines the domestic, public and private spaces of the border between Rome and Vatican. It creates a new link between the domestic buildings on the Vatican and the intersection of the border wall, by dissolving its physicality and connecting it to the urban street level of Rome.
By segmenting the appearance of the wall, a new reading of space is introduced, allowing urban interior perceptions and glimpses to otherwise hided spaces. The structure establishes a different kind of interaction between individuals, built space and movement. The facets of each glass panes reflect the place and reconstruct a paradigm that breaks the reading of the course. The structure invites the visitor to step inside, exposing him to collided images of details, intimacy and outside spatiality.