Hypothetical Constructions opens up a discussion about conventions, representation and perception of space by questioning the standard methodologies of creating interiors. It explores the possibility of creating interiors by using non-conventional methods (i.e. clothing pattern making). Architectural representation mediates the constructive process of a space. Moreover, the conformity of architecture representational techniques, such as drawings and models, render the space in a distinct and precise manner therefore limiting their descriptive power.

By analyzing the methodology used in the process of creating a pattern for a garment and linking it to interiors, one can begin to question how is it that the methods of construction and the characteristics of the pattern making can be employed in the field of interior architecture. My ultimate goal is to develop a system of working, a methodology of representing and creating interior space by borrowing techniques from the field of pattern making.