Yesterday, we saw a courthouse extension with randomly distributed, punched-out windows across its golden facade. Today, we have a project with a different kind of random window arrangement. The project is the RAKE showroom designed by a workshop of students, RAKE visningsrom. The workshop focused on the life cycle of materials, and the raw materials for the project came from an office building nearby that was scheduled for demolition. Even though the roof is made of doors and the floor of wooden cubes, the interior is a pretty simple white box to display works by artists and architects. Many projects reuse materials, and it’s always nice to see a project where the reuse is done simply and well.