Obscurities are translated into the architecture by blurring the lines between public and secure within this courthouse. Instead of the boundaries between these entities being hidden by their separation of the courtroom, which is the traditional layout of the courthouse, the secure and restricted areas are exposed behind a veil of translucency. The public areas physically reach through in plan to break the barrier of security, leaving the courtroom disconnected in space and the public able to perceive a blurred reality of the system that supports the law and the ones that break it.
One is unable to fully understand the environment they exist within; only able to focus on portions, or understand a blurry version of the whole. The accumulation of particles create solid forms, which both obscure our view and reveal what we see. Perceptions are fogged. The edge is unforeseen until the buzz dies abruptly. It is inevitable that the particles are never seen the same way; yet they are identifiable by this very quality. Existing patterns are distorted, new patterns emerge, the definitive fades in and out of distinction.