A liminal space is a space that functions as the transition between two spaces. The word “liminal” comes from the Latin word meaning threshold. Sometime earlier, the liminal space might suggest transformations in its nature, including a state of not knowing and waiting, but now it is vacant and feels abandoned. Nonetheless, the space still asks for engagement with thoroughness from foreground to background. The underneath narrow ground ahead, the contours of perspectives, the lining of ceiling tiles and light installments, the door frames, and many other echoing elements all constitute unsettling eeriness upon nostalgic familiarity. Such a space with discomfort yet curiosity.