On the third level of Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, one will find the Graphic Art's studio and offices and the National Museum of Modern Art's documentation offices, reading room and Warehouse. Eventhough the reading room, the public space of the floor, spreads in a central position, the glass, the material used in the project, eclipses the dense occupation of the place.
Transparent, opaque, bright or mirror, it values R. Rogers and R. Piano's building and lets light reach the center of the floor. Furniture and working people are hidden by transparent glass panels made of mirrors, 1.40m high. This composition turns the space in a kind of game place where people appear and disappear through transparent glass or hidden by mirrors, letting the image hint at activity but never revealing it.