Creative practice, whether in free and/or the applied arts, is a dynamic process. But where exactly is the borderline between art and design? Annett Zinsmeister has developed interdisciplinary teaching based on her wideranging educational experience and personal artistic practice. Her studies investigating creative processes and our perceptions of places, spaces, and objects along with their significance and capacity for transformation are exciting for artists, but equally so for designers and architects. This illustrated volume shows the outcome of experimental exercises that oscillate between free and applied art and so re-actualize the boundaries between the disciplines.