The shotgun shack is a pretty simple building. It would seem to have very little to do with architectural representation, but it does. Its form is the product of the process of folding building elevations down to an assumed ground plane through orthographic projection. However this simple process, has a few kinks built into it. One of the most common errors for beginning student of descriptive geometry is inversion, accidentally folding in the wrong direction and producing the mirror image of what was intended. This project takes this common error a bit further, inverting not only the exterior, but also the interior into a continuous volume. It speculates on potential other architectures and organizations inherent in this vernacular box.