The “Drawing Ambience”  show, a rare collection of post-war, pre-digital architectural drawings was part of a multi city exhibition. Our colleagues and owners of the work, Nicola Murphy and Nicholas Boyarsky designed the initial exhibition at Washington University, St. Louis; at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art we adapted some of their design ideas (using deep frames) and developed a single unifying element to “hold” the large gallery room and the work. Rotating the “L” created distinct and continuous spaces to contain the subsets of drawings, a seating area, entry. Two frames open through, one as a visual introduction and the other as a “shortcut” to give the viewer freedom to navigate their own route.