The low-grade plywood that Fletcher found to line the entry hall sets the tone right away. "I like using low-grade materials, so things could change," he says. "It doesn't matter if there are nail holes in it. And there is a hopefulness to its unfinished quality. It's an experiment, just as young art is an experiment." A boldly striped carpet from Stark runs throughout the apartment. An untitled work by Nigel Cook hangs in the office.