An Urban Rubik’s Cube - In 1974, a young professor of architecture in Budapest created the world’s best-selling toy, the magic cube and use it to explain to his students about spatial relationships. In this project, Clifton also makes good use of spatial relationships. There are sliding doors between rooms, which when opened and closed, change the perspective of the whole space. After closing the doors of the bedroom, it defines the spacing of living room and the bedroom. When opened, it turns into a stylish studio flat. Besides, under magic hand of Clifton, the owner can utilize the space to show his precious collections.