At PPAA, we have based our practice on the idea of creating architecture of ideas rather than forms. This is how we respond to and engage with the elements present when developing a project. We confront the correspondence between the solid and the void, considering them elements of equal importance. The contained void becomes part of the program, which, even if it is not built, is a fundamental element in each project. With this piece, we aim to explore these concepts where not only the material but also the immaterial is defined through a series of geometries that form a set of planes. These planes, when juxtaposed, express the correspondence between the solid and the void, the defined and the undefined. With the black plane, we seek an abstraction perpendicular to the support plane, intending to alter the perception of the opposing elements. The virtual lines, as a three-dimensional gesture, become a plane that defines the relationship between the material space and the empty space. The boundaries are the voids expressed between the edges generated by the intersections. The quest to express the importance of both the constructed elements and the voids results in a three-dimensional object that detaches itself to configure a series of delimited empty elements by a set of suspended planes.