In the world of tactility, architecure expresses the natural need for feeling and senation. The way we capture space from cities to buildings is one of the most profound ways employ sensory experience. However, there is a level of architecure so often left unexplored, one that is so initmate that users often fail recongnize it beyond the day to day interactions. I am refering to furniture. It's tactile imediacy and spatial catiivty is so direct to human life that much time should be devoted to is creation. Thus I consider it the third level of architecture.