With constantly developing technological advances, social media is beginning to change the way architecture is experienced. Rather than being an appreciation of spatial conditions, architecture is being seen as a very ocular-centric art - to be viewed on screens and experienced through various media outlets. This design brings the idea of the ocular-centric experience of architecture to light through the faceted reflective interior condition.

The kaleidoscope effect of the interior is reminiscent of an image-driven society.

The viewer experiences the space as a reflection back on themselves, in many different lights and angles while also being intertwined with the reflections of the exterior conditions. It encourages people to interact with it by taking images and looking through the funnel-like apertures to view notable landmarks such as the CN Tower, Wave Deck, Toronto Island and Rogers Centre.

Toronto Metropolitan Department of  Architectural Science Toronto, CA.