We've created a corner balancing "real" and "heavy" at the entrance. The curved and winding walls made of copper and iron are like a 3D sculpture, breaking the binary relationship between the inside and the outside traditionally separated by a door. Viewers need to observe and try to find the entrance. Only by walking through the sculpture can they enter another space. The museum only has black and white colors. It introduces many glass curtains welcoming much sunlight. Matt acrylic structures, white walls with patterns of fir, and rough stone surface are utilized to generate an effect that it seems even the sunlight slows down. We employ contemporary sculpture and techniques of interior architecture as well as door frames, windows, and stairs to make viewers stay and gaze. Even, they become a part of the art in the frame.