The studio focuses on designing poetic public structures that stimulate environmental awareness through perceptual and environmental sensations. In this context, the project, as a response to the heavy pollution in the East River, engages exhibition spaces with the water treatment process. Thus, proposing an experimental exhibition strategy that requires cooperation with multiple human perceptions. It is a space without artwork inside, but the entire structure is the artifact for visitors to perceive. Furthermore, from the ecological aspect, the cooperation with technical infrastructure creates urban architectural exchange points that benefit wild species and environmental elements.