At the convergence of the public space of the street to the private space of the home, stands the threshold; this hybridised space, between inside and outside, private and public, object and subject, becomes convoluted and is empowered with meaning.



In this threshold space sit the metaphor for mediation, the chair, the symbololic form of the occupier is projected out towards the public space with its back to the private, as though looking away from the nest towards horizons of memories.


These chairs which are both aggressor and aggressed look away, around, to the side, rather than inwards, never peering down the hall to the modelled rooms which reflect a person's sense of place.