Step into any hotel room and you will find two layers of curtains at the window: one layer obscures views and transmits light, the second layer blocks light.
This room considers what happens when these layers of fabric are pulled away from the window and brought further into the room. Here, they come closer to the guests' bodies and set scenes for the room's occupants.
The room employs three types of curtains on a continuous powder-coated aluminum track. The first layer is a mesh fabric that filters light. The second is a terry cloth fabric that separates the bathroom from the sleeping area. The third is a heavy cotton curtain with a solid color on one side and an abstracted vision of Austin's plant life on the opposite side.