a fictional perfume museum, was created specifically for Art Vilnius 2018 International Contemporary Art Fair. The name MOPA served as an ironic allusion to the monikers of contemporary art museums, such as MOMA, MUMOK or MOCAK, to name but a few. The interior of MOPA was created according to the basic principles of museum and gallery design. A double-sided sculptural couch became an accent element of the interior, as the main spot for relaxing. The central composition was even more accentuated by the rhythmical repetition of the pieces of furniture. To represent and highlight the showpieces properly, great attention was paid to setting up professional lighting. The configuration and architectural construction of the building suggested the idea of spatial segmentation. A quiet shade of terra cotta, a colour with deep historical roots, was deliberatly chosen to act as the dominant shade of the interior.