The school of the past is eroded with varying intensities as formal gestures infiltrate space typologies to enhance discoveries through interconnected views. With this, there is a removal of agents, which divide the disciplines to yield a more intense level of engagement. Transparent voids open the building, forming fluid connections across pedagogical types. This increased formal engagement and barrier reduction stimulates curiosities by creating a desire to learn in a provocative environment which negates uniformity and the connotations of a standard classroom. Classrooms are comprised of moving pieces that can be engaged with as they increase the building’s temporality. Daily deposits of student-produced works and small-scale performance pieces are aggregated into basins where building users can observe new additions in this everchanging, gallery-like exhibition space. Basins and movable classroom partitions become repurposed for local NYC innovators to exhibit their works in this multidisciplinary workspace for the community to view and discover. Dynamic spaces produce a variety of uses as a result of the novel forms which act as the catalyst to facilitate interactions between the student body and social body, creating opportunity for greater discoveries. Curiosities of students, faculty, and locals are stimulated and answers to rising questions are pursued.