This project explores how inward reflection and collective experience can influence architecture. An initial study of Tracey Emin’s artworks led to an understanding of reflection as an individual experience. The resulting work investigates ways reflections can be used to create personal moments in the city. An intermediate stage of development uses mirrors in a public exhibition structure in Piccadilly Circus to give unique views of displayed objects. The viewing is personal, yet shared with many other people. The end project, a retreat for stressed workers with publicly accessible landscape space, gives opportunities for reflection, both individual and collective.