'The Schroder House' designed by Rietveld was deconstructed looking particularly at the space and dynamics within. Dynamics of rooms as a result of sliding partitions opening and closing certain spaces was looked upon as an important feature within the house. Abstracting this theme allowed us to look at the way the senses could be manipulated by this feeling of vastness or enclosure depending on the position of the doors. Through an iterative process a machine was created to be placed on the head, with the ability of 'disabling the vision and hearing', through sliding black panels. Much of us simply take for granted our abled senses, however when deprived it invites a disabled experience. Pay particular attention to the way our senses react to the 'feeling of space' through the control of the dynamic panels. The video shows a clear contrast of ability versus disability, I hope you enjoy!