Re-imagining architecture in a site-specific installation. The Simon Benson House becomes a confluence where the architecture of the grand Queen Anne-style houses of the 1900s meets the 21st-century technology of projection mapping. In this form of expanded cinema, architecture is liberated from its stasis and viewers are encourages to experience a new light of ornamental visual spectacle. In the appearance of the digital abstractions accenting the building, the projections conjure a phantasmagorical environment of illuminated surfaces, transforming the urban landscape. The abstraction of form and its ephemerality lives as a poetic perception of the edifice.