A contrast between a narrow space and an open space (the void)
The corridor is elongated to create the narrow space, a simple but effective way to make this sensation of tightness. The protostructure gives even more power to this feeling by enclosing this space from above. The wood paneling creates movement and stirs a thrilling feeling of oppression.
The perpendicular wall is intended to break the horizontal lignes. New movement is created toward the outside of the protostructure, suggesting open space. The immensity of the void contrasts with the tightness of the corridor. After further study, the straight perpendicular wall is transformed into a curve to accentuate the movement. Use of the white cardboard for the curve creates continuity with the the ground. However, the superposition of three layers reinforces the imposing aspect of the wall, thereby creating a new movement.