Gisue Hariri presents a series of commissioned works. She discusses a gallery for a collection of primitive artifacts arranged around three walls representing past, present, and future. She describes the process for the renovation of a SoHo loft involving the re-organization of space and replacement of a spiral stair. Hariri presents an addition to a carriage house in rural Connecticut, demonstrating the connection between existing house and new addition. She concludes with a discussion of a villa in St. John’s Island constructed with concrete and organized around two intersecting walls.