The Infinite light box explores an architectural design without context and how we react and experience particular stimuli and sensations.
The box is created with a series of mirrors arranged to form an asymmetrical shape throughout all three axis. A small light was placed in the centre of the box that reflected off all 10 walls of the shape, this created a sensation of an infinite space filled with a landscape of uncountable tiny light sources. A viewfinder on one panel allowed people to pear into the box, removing themselves from their context and placing them into an entirely different experience of architectural design.
The box was put to further use by researching people's reactions to different materials such as glass, Perspex, and water. This influenced the arcadia project by beginning to define the material values of a contemporary arcadia.