Focusing on the duality of urban disorientation and the effects of meditation on mental health, opaque, white glass prisms within high-density pedestrian traffic areas frame a space of sensory deprivation to exploit the degradation of mental health caused by urbanism by helping to promote the practice of mindfulness as well as self-relfectivity.
Humanitarian disorder on the exterior is contrasted with the purity of unornamented, opaque glass prisms that engage on the notion of ambiguity through the refraction of light and shadow, as well as the acoustic reverberation of individuals' interactions within the confined space.