Architecture is shaped by us and it shapes us; its ever-presence steers, aligns, contains and shelters us; we commission it, use it, destroy it. We subconsciously dwell in the vernacular and delight at the spectacular. The Pause Project is an attentive study of the interstitial period, the time and presence, between the prologue and epilogue of space. The practice embraces the opportunity to capture contexts where the concept of adjournment resides. It gathers paused, built spaces as its central purpose.