Naturally, Christo and Jeanne-Claude come to mind. Nevertheless, this one is quite different - a non-structural, non-intrusive remodel, which permanently envelops the existing structure with two types of material. One - a secondary layer of polypropylene exterior cladding, designed to give a calm backdrop of the top wood lattice work, as well as provide moisture and thermal protection without destructing the good condition of the existing painted wood fascia. Two - a top layer of fire-treated wood on live spacing for aeration and lighting. The exterior lattice acts also as a sustainable envelope with a ventable shadow box around the structure. Unlike a pure piece of art, it also has a purpose - to improve environment and, consequently, make for a better life. Perhaps this makes it a better piece of art as well. Our first small scale 1999 attempt, developed further in later projects such as the TCS and the TCB, to create a totally new look and performance of a building without a major demolition effort by enveloping the existing structure and preserving most of its fundamental characteristics.