206 panels depict the flag icons of the nations and combined create a collaged image of the world. All together they make up a large building jigsaw, a united "house" of symbols, shimmering colours and perforations.
The installation seeks to collate politics, graphics and architecture into one gesture. The exterior is features the layering of colour graphics made up of the unique iconography of each flag, while the interior space has a unified monochrome presence created by the natural finish of the plywood panels.
During the day the structure works as a shadow modulator with the shadows of its perforations shifting from east to west. When the sunlight is sharp soft layers of colour light, produced by the vibrancy of the colour-printed panels, are reflected on the natural plywood panels next to them. At night the structure is lit from within, glowing as an inhabited "house" and showing the emblem cut-outs appearing as silhouetted figures.