Time stopped in a banal interior, a central corridor and rooms filled with traditional furniture. Chisel strokes expose structural elements that unmask the imposture: the interior dwells inside a modern building. Well-aimed cuts on the walls open up breaches that break down the standard rooms, thus reconfiguring movements and actions around structural elements and autonomous shapes such as the device that contains installations, kitchen and archive. The living area unfolds around the central furniture unit, generating a flexible space that can be transformed as needs change over time. The joints in the walls express and highlight the cuts that were carried out, thus distinguishing the original partitions from the plasterboard ones. These are the sutures of the spatial alteration process.