Patricia Urquiola designs for White in the City a small interior-lookout for the curious. Just a few steps, always sheilded to allow a different point of view, with the ability to browse without ever being seen.

“I am interested in the concept of perception as an active process: the reality is constructed by the observer and not simply recorded because you never see what you expect to see.” Patricia Urquiola.

White sheets corrugated on the hips of the stair stretch in the front, constituting the skin of the volume, more greatly modifying the vision, stimulating a new approach in looking at things.