HEADROOM footspace stacks two rooms one on top of the other. The floor of the lower room, HEADROOM, is five feet below grade and is entered by two stairways on opposite sides. A one-foot-wide open band puts your head on the ground amongst the grass, weeds and the feet of people on the outside. The earth is no longer an abstract plane but is fragrant, densely packed matter. The feet of people in the room above are resting on your head.
This upper room, footspace, has proportions like the room below but one is instead contained from above. The room floats above the floor with one's feet in the breeze of the open band at the wall's bottom. Like the dinger in a bell, one's lower body is strangely unattached. Feet touch heads below. The tree grows upside down.