For our first project of the semester, we were to take a 12x18x18 white box that we put together and make cuts into it so that when a light is shone through it, the box is divided into four separate spaces. The spaces could be created by the shadow or the light and were to be enhanced by strategically placed bristol board and/or bamboo skewers. I took a more simplistic approach to dividing my box by cutting an X in the top from edge to edge which thus divided the entire box into four distinct spaces. When placing the additional materials, I decided to emphasize the various properties of light--it's ability to create shadows, as well as, be reflective. The 1x1 bristol board squares are sized to fit within the light ray and create shadows. They are also placed down pointing toward the center to draw your attention to the middle of the box. This project was meant to be a transition from designing objects to designing spaces, and I think it did an excellent job achieving that.