‘Lux Nova’ or ‘new light’ refers to the Gothic inven¬tion of polychromatic dyed glass and the emotive potential of coloured light. This proposal for a struc¬ture at the MoMA PS1 in New York uses arrays of multihued polycarbonate blades to enclose spaces of multiple scales of habitation, from collective to inti¬mate. Walking through it, these multihued spaces of¬fer luminous atmospheres, drifting dynamically with daylight — a landscape of light and colour — creating temporary atmospheres for contemplation and col¬lective occupation. The project aims at reinforcing the link between collective experiences and social practice. Easton+Combs are an architectural practice based in New York.