The project expands the narrow sidewalk of Eleventh Street, which sees intense usage in the evenings and heavy traffic during commute times. In response to these conditions of site, the exterior barrier between pedestrians and traffic is constructed from vertical steel supports to sufficiently protect the pedestrians from these times of high traffic. The steel supports oscillate in orientation, using the entry doors to the sponsoring business as their vanishing points. This tactic increases structural rigidity, allowing a lighter gauge steel to be utilized, while also drawing the viewer’s eyes towards the points of entry for the neighboring business. This fluctuating edge is further articulated in response to the Eleventh Street traffic. Identifying specific points of view for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers, the logo of the parklet sponsor is anamorphically projected onto the undulating support fins. This moment of alignment, near alignment and misalignment can not be accurately described through photographs as the interactive nature of the viewer’s location in space provides an intriquing additional element to the exterior perception of the parklet. This technique provides an unreadable, yet rich pattern across the parklet face when viewed in pure elevation. In order to further address the range of visual options, further undulations are carved into the outer and inner edges of the steel supports, offering a wave-like movement across the supports when viewed in oblique, ensuring that the parklet offers a unique visual opportunity from every angle.