Johnson Chou architects designed a wall to surround the service core of this office space. Angled walls were built with drywall and stud construction and covered with FELT striation panels to appear like a rock face. Walter adapted her panels to include larger areas of flat felt mixed with felt strips to give an abstracted impression of shale. Industrial felts of various thicknesses and natural tones were cut into pieces and inlaid in a painterly fashion to appear as an abstracted landscape. Adjacent sections meet at hard angles, appearing to shift like rock. Strips and strata allude to a mountain face.