For architect Petra Gipp, working with models is pivotal. It is a method for approaching architecture, often independently of scale. Seamlessly working with one material allows her to shape an architectural concept on the basis of that material. Space is sculpted through a focus on volume, elements, and details, where everything can be reduced to a single idea, blending architecture with place, body, and thought. This approach adds clarity and a personal voice to the rooms and volumes that she creates. Gipps plaster castings are here combined with newly written poems by Ann Jäderlund, plus critical reflections by Peter Bjerrum, Helena Mattsson, and Sune Nordgren.