Hidden Collection is the architectural embodiment of an ever-expansive system based on Josef Albers’ depth studies during the early 1940’s.

The structure is meant to sit in an open space, whether it be a park or a plane hangar, and its program houses a museum’s hidden collection.

Through a more open yet intimate curatorial approach, objects that are typically archived become the center of attention, and users can interact with them more closely, from a variety of heights and viewpoints.

The circulation crafts the experience, by allowing a theme, for example, vases or armors, to occupy one band. Other exhibitions could be organized by country or era.