Frida Braide often works with the concept of ruin romance, the place where nobody is present. A place that is forgotten in many ways because it is not thought of until it is needed. In the project STONE/CREAM, Braide takes on one of the most common places in any town; the parking garage. Asking herself how something we built, for our needs, is that charged with vulnerability. With the project she wants to question the general discomfort that people feel, entering said building.