Paint is a substance that covers every surface we touch from coatings to lacquers and varnishes; it is a ubiquitous form of toxicity in the world to which complex commodity desiring effects were attributed in the post-war. But paint itself is chosen based on physical attributes like the smell, messiness, and outside exposure and visual attributes like sheen, hue, saturation, and value. The combination of these properties and effects transforms it into a marketable product, a fashionable commodity that attracts to the surface before the object.
This proposal is a system of chroma that can apply pigments of various glosses to the interior of a space without recurring to additives and chemicals that enhance its usage. A nozzle detail that applies paint in between two window panes hooked to the gas pipe and pulling from vats of color and metallic pigment around the house introduces an intravenous feeding network and re-thinks the glass detail as the carrier of modernist culture in architecture.