The constructed city regulates our routines, interactions, and perceptions. Its measured evolution, often directed by a few, establishes a rigid form incapable of meeting the needs of a diverse population. Repurposing the fabric of the city - parallel sheets of debris netting, hung from Manhattan scaffolding - Mille-Feuille imagines an urban framework that encourages communities to sculpt their own environment. Whether a large round is needed for a performance or a tight enclosure for contemplation, space responds to needs through touch. A performance piece, Mille-Feuille celebrates the imaginary city as a vessel for discovery, encounter, and a shared humanity.