This project utilizes the devices of visual depth and complex organization to examine an alternative form of cohesion missed by modernists and formalists alike. This alternative cohesion is accomplished through the use of a rigorously layered system of grids to establish a typical repeating floor plate. The system is then ‘glitched’ to create new forms of visual and spatial configurations based on vastness and highly focused views. In doing so the project proposes a new monumentality based on aggregation – whereby, an icon becomes a blurry figure. This outcome is only achievable through the loosening of systemic norms.