The city is never the same when experiencing it during the day than at night. During the day, our experience is
affected by it’s public construct, and our attention is driven more towards the environment and our surroundings;
but at night, the city changes in the idea that every building becomes alive from the inside, it’s occupants give soul to buildings highlighting a much more personal and intimate living condition.
The museum of architecture and the city shows this transformable and voyeuristic aspect of the city, in the sense that the museum continues to run at night and choreographing a whole different experience.
Status: School Project
Location: San Francisco, CA, US