An annexe is an addition, something extra, with the ability to combine, make connections, to provide additional space; it completes the main subject. Usually, an annexe cannot exist on its own, constructed in hindsight, it adapts or reacts to what is fixed. More flexible than its counterpart, its character is more ephemeral, more adaptable, even more alive? ANNEXE is what we call the project that sees itself at the intersection of architecture, mediation, feminism and performance. ANNEXE docks performatively at already existing places and offers an additional space. In doing so, it interrogates the topic of equality in society and in the work of construction today. The structural part of ANNEXE is a reinterpretation and reproduction of the characteristic "interior" of Berta Rahm's former pavilion extension for the SAFFA 1958. The interior counted four objects specifically designed for the building: The generous built-in kitchen in the dining room, the two long tables on a raised platform, on either side of the reading room and the quiet room, and finally an L-shaped table with shelving, at the transition between the more open ground floor and the introverted and quiet area of the building. Free of a façade, these four pieces of furniture –the kitchenette, the two tables and the L-shaped shelf table– are confronted with the public space. For usability in the outdoor space, the parts are newly produced in weather-resistant aluminium. Together, the elements suggest a space. The kitchen unit offers minimal equipment with a gas range, and connections to electricity and water, yet can also be used as a simple bar. The tables are equally at home in an exhibition and at a feast, and the L-shaped piece has been used as a library, a desk or a kiosk.