Consider time and eternity: We do not remember days; we remember moments. An old house is used in this project to represent the memories that we all carry with us. Because of the rapid growth of urbanization, many important historical structures have been demolished, destructured, and relocated in Taipei. In a sense, the loss of historic, cultural, and aesthetic resources can never be replaced. In this project, an abandoned house illustrates the imaginable state of dereliction. Through the remains of a ruined house’s characteristics and décor, the figure of a man ever lived is formed and fashioned; the man’s soul, floating in time, is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, and primeval. And memories are a man’s private literature. The faintest waft is sometimes enough to induce feelings of hunger or anticipation or to transport you back through time and space to a long-forgotten moment. In a way, we are all floating, suspended between belief and unbelief. This work indicates that a non-realistic existence may portray a true reality and reply to the elusive and convoluted connections within memories, time, and space.