Nabar is a multifunctional space inside the Academy cafeteria. The aim of the project was to redesign the interior space in order to create a moving installation that can be modified on every occasion. For instance the place can be adapt in case of temporary shows or student expositions. The project consist in large fabrics walls hooked to rings that are wedge into the ceiling. A grid of rings is all over the ceiling in order to give as much as choices possible into create different areas with the fabric walls. The fabric is stretched to the ground thanks to weights at the bottom of tubes that frame the fabrics. In this way they can create various areas inside the cafeteria without every time build or remove something. Since the main colors of the building are black and white, I had the idea of using different bright colors to make the space more energetic. The fabrics also vary of consistency. Without the presence of texture or drawings, the fabric walls lead the attention to what is happening to the space and not to themselves.