Sited in a forest clearing among white pine trees, this hypothetical intervention recalls the ancient typology of a hypostyle hall. Literally meaning ‘below columns,’ hypostyle halls were commonly used in ancient Greece and Egypt at places of worship. With re-purposed telephone poles acting as the ‘columns’ supporting an array of lintels, alluding to the cavernous roof structures in Japanese temples. Instead of supporting a roof though, the series of beams provides concentric square frames for viewing the sky above.