In the garden of Villa Ingenohl, a house which has doubled as a sometime nursery school, there stands an old, dilapidated Wendy house of wood, overgrown with ivy and moss. It nestles hidden in a lower corner of the garden, concealed like the castle in Cinderella during her hundred years’ sleep. I wanted simply to bring out the beauty of this place – to draw attention to it by an accentuation of the slightest kind possible. With that in mind, I designed a three-dimensional frame out of steel rods to go round the house, retracing its basic contours at a distance of some 15 cm outside them. Now the wooden structure is skirted by slender, silvery lines of steel having almost no stability in themselves – like the framework of a jewel cabinet for which there is as yet no glass.