Two spaces are made in the wilderness. One is a grove of trees, existing, that has been painted white. The other is a small weather tight box with one small eye that looks directly at the grove of trees. Through the eye, daylight projects an inverted image of the landscape across the walls and ceiling: a camera obscura. This box, too, has been painted white. The outdoor space is used for immersion in the wilderness. The indoor space is used for protection from it. Both spaces heighten the resident’s perception through abstraction and stare on toward the other, perpetually and perhaps indifferently. Shortlisted in the 2011 Shelter International Architectural Design Competition juried by Ryue Nishizawa.