My thesis was inspired by the art of getting lost. The investigation begun with the most primitive and personal space of all, the home, which led me to assess the illusion between public and private spaces. I came to the conclusion, that it is the confines of the self that creates the separation between public and private, the comfort you have with yourself and the world around you. This led me to design a series of seemingly “public” and “private” installations that would do exactly the opposite once experienced. Public would be privatized, and private would be public. This is a theoretical fantasy project, exploring the psychology of human behavior and decision making through space. I presented my thesis to a jury through a narrative of one of the many journeys one may encounter. After all, you can't get lost if you don't know where you're going.