The proposed design intervention for Sibley Hall at Cornell University was conceived to make it accessible and at the same time enhance its continuity from wing to wing, experiential expansion-contraction of the space visual participation o outsider over user and vice versa, and impact on the context to generate common areas that would stimulate the interaction between art and architecture students. The spatial re-organization involved the Dean's office, Hartell Gallery, façade alterations, parking and open spaces. This project won SEIPP Memorial First Prize.