Through the actuation of the performative, a context is formed which exuberantly embraces the potential spectacle of everyday life. This potential suggests that a willingness to accommodate flexibility is vital. Flexibility inherently deals with issues of both physical and temporal scales. If an arrangement could respond to events synchronously its flexibility would not be conditional, but integral. It is through the kinesthetic experience of space, visual cross connection and the mutable nature of the liner that we project an interior that addresses issues of theatre, art and life, but the aim is to make such categories and role definitions obsolete. If urbanism is found in the generation of relationships, spectacle, desires irrespective of a hierarchy of location, this instance may consider/form/project the interior, not to replace exterior urbanity, but to say here, too, we construct the city.