Architecture-theater-dance project in the Dresden Project Theater Movable boxes measuring one square meter with dancers moving in and out of the rooms that can be stacked and changed to create a variety of scenes. Questions such as: How much space does a person need or does the interaction of people with their built environment influence our interaction with one another. Inside and outside, day and night, light and darkness, security and risk, communication and non-communication, loneliness and togetherness were all part of an “architectural dance”. The architecture-theater-dance project was performed at the project theater in Dresden. Visitors moved freely through the city/landscape architecture and interacted with the dancers. The boxes were examples of simple, low budget, affordable architecture. The production is Ruairí O’Brien’s first “microarchitecture” project and the precursor to his micromuseum® series.