This design is a meditation on war's brutal inversion of reality. Inspired by Ukrainian philosopher Volodymyr Yermolenko, who at the time of this submission remains fighting in Kyiv, who writes: "A window is not a window. It's a danger. If your surroundings are shelled, glass can wound or kill you...Light is not light. Better switch it off after the sunset to avoid being turned into a target..." In this work, the window's shadow here doubles as both a sniper's crosshairs and nuclear blast shadow (a shadow scorched into materials by the blinding light of an atomic bomb).