The great hall, or something like a living room, looks back at four other programs: a kitchen, a entryway corridor, a "children's room", and a "lady's boudoir" - meaning, the gaze of the living room is in control of the other four characters - the kitchen, or a servant, the entryway corridor, or, the stranger, the children, and the ladies. The voyeur is not only an audience, but a person in control over the other four characters in the house through the act of seeing.
Because we also saw the flipside of voyeurism as being narcissism. In our model, we installed one-way mirrors for the four characters who are being watched from the living room. We installed buttons on either ends of the podium that the model sits on. From the living room side, the act of turning on or off the internal lighting meant whether or not the four portals are revealed. However, the buttons on the side of the servant, visitor, children and ladies do not work. We created a built-in false-hope that any self-help is functional at all.