This third studio in year one looks at the interior as a crossing of social situations. As such we define the interior as a social (interactive) space. The presence of such a space could be inside a small house, a large gallery space or a city square in the south of Italy. The interior as social space is thus the expression of social life. With this exercise we combine what we have learned in OPO15 and OPO16 and develop the capacity to ‘draw’ particular atmospheric qualities into a capacity to extrapolate particular ‘social structures’ within space such as the democracy of a round table versus the hierarchy of a lecture theatre for example. To eventually design space as the expression of such social structures.